[openssl-users] [EXTERNAL] imap.gmail.com
henrie.cuijpers at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 18:02:44 UTC 2015
You are totally right. Google must have changed this, because i'm pretty
sure it worked before! Thanks anyway.
Sands, Daniel schreef op 15-07-15 om 19:49:
> IMAP is probably based on the Telnet protocol, so the server is
> expecting CRLF instead of just CR. Try running s_client with the -crlf
> On Wed, 2015-07-15 at 19:34 +0200, Henrie Cuijpers wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> i try to connect to the gmail imap service, but after the connection has
>> been set up the server responds to nothing. Is there a way to
>> investigate this further?
>> I use this command line:
>> openssl s_client -connect imap.gmail.com:993
>> After connection you should be able to type a command and the server
>> should response with an error or an OK message. On every valid command
>> the server stays sitting there doing nothing but keeping the line up.
>> You only receive a reply when you type a wrong command to start with.
>> After that there is nothing but silence.....
>> Example: after connecting type:
>> A1 LOGIN johndoe at gmail.com JohnsPassword
>> This will result in silence....
>> Disconnect with Ctrl-C en reconnect with the same line. Then type
>> and you will receive:
>> * BAD invalid tag SomeRandomNumber
>> after this you can enter what you want the answer will be: silence...
>> Please give me a hint how to investigate this further....
>> Kind regards
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