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As far as the error you get with executing stunnel, those arguments are not valid, the valid arguments to stunnel listed below. Offline #3 2010-07-28 17:25:47 JohnieBraaf Member From: Belgium Registered: 2010-07-10 Posts: 15 Website Re: [SOLVED] Stunnel not logging Wow, I'm amazed of myself! You likely already have this set up if you were using outgoing.verizion.net previously. Reply With Quote 01-Aug-2013,14:33 #23 RBEmerson View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Explorer Penguin Join Date Jan 2009 Posts 201 Re: Need to chage POP3 and SMTP my review here

How can I get rid of a passphrase on my key? Can I set up my own CA instead? Personal tools Namespaces Article Search Main Page Applications AOL Internet Explorer MS Outlook Outlook Express Windows Live DLL Errors Exe Errors Ocx Errors Operating Systems Windows 7 Windows Others Windows For example you may see output like this: open("/usr/local/ssl/localCA/cacert.pem", O_RDONLY) = 3 stat("/usr/local/ssl/certs/f73e89fd.0", 0xbffff41c) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory) by which you see where it's looking for the

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Managed to get this problem fixed, before anyone had the chance to reply. ^_^So what did I do?Simply add a line for every service I use to the /etc/hosts.allow file like The rest of the system seems to be refusing the attempt to either create or use the tunnel; "we don't know you - go away". Try borgernet.com/?m=201209 I haven't implemented it, but it looks very promising. The stunnel source comes with an stunnel.pem file.

All configuration is done in the /etc/stunnel/stunnel.conf and related files. In some cases the error may have more parameters in Error Reading Certificate File /etc/ssl/certs/stunnel.pem format .This additional hexadecimal code are the address of the memory locations where the instruction(s) was It is most likely not asked for by the remote end, nor verified. The client recognizes the CA as trusted.

Jeff Actually I think the -d error is from the -d 995 command that he gave. If helps - i still getting this error ............................................................ [[email protected] ~]# /usr/sbin/stunnel -d 995 -p /usr/share/ssl/certs/stunnel.pem -r localhost:pop3 2005.06.24 14:45:23 LOG3[7147:3086956768]: -d: No such file or directory (2) Syntax: stunnel [filename] saetechnologies.com - Colorway Wordpress Theme by InkThemes.com It is a totally valid SSL certificate.

You can use this file if you wish. The dmesg.log and Xorg,0.log look normal by the way.Help would be much appreciated Last edited by JohnieBraaf (2010-07-28 17:26:36) Offline #2 2010-07-28 17:12:46 JohnieBraaf Member From: Belgium Registered: 2010-07-10 Posts: 15 Arch Linux HomePackagesForumsWikiBugsAURDownload Index Rules Search Register Login You are not logged in. You likely already have this set up if you were using outgoing.verizion.net previously.

The answer is sooooooo simple Stunnel.conf had [smtps] accept = 5000 connect = smtp.verizon.net:465 That's what was in my original source for a how-to. http://venamail.com/error-reading/error-reading-from-file-verify-that-the-file-exists.html Create your private key manually as follows: openssl req -new -days 365 -nodes -config stunnel.cnf -out certreq.pem -keyout stunnel.pem This creates your RSA private key in stunnel.pem and your Certificate Request These are only needed if you specifically compile stunnel to use DH, which is not the default. Thanks, Andrew. _______________________________________________ stunnel-users mailing list stunnel-users-/[email protected] http://stunnel.mirt.net/mailman/listinfo/stunnel-users Previous Message by Thread: with the windows version it isn't better...same kind of errors C:\Programmi\openssl>openssl.exe req -new -x509 -days 365 -nodes -config stunnel

He does have a problem with the certificate, but it is unrelated to what he is seeing here. If you concatenate the two, that should work. Stunnel does need a pem file, regardless whether or not the data is used. get redirected here Try borgernet.com/?m=201209 I haven't implemented it, but it looks very promising.

Then run postfix reload. I'd edit this into the above post but I timed out on the edit window (10m). What should be there is [smtp] accept = 5000 connect = smtp.verizon.net:465 That is, the service I need to handle is smtp and not smtps.

I tried setting debug=7 (also, debug=debug - docs say that works) and defining the log file with output=/etc/stunnel/stunnel.log but the file isn't filling with debugging info:9178164 -rw-rw-rw- 1 nogroup 0 Aug

It is possible to have your key signed by a third party (certificate authority) instead if you wish. For all of the above methods, one sure-fire way to determine where stunnel is looking for your certificates is to trace the stunnel process when it runs and see what files A round of virtual beers on me! The following pages contain copies of various Certificate Authority (for example Thawte) certificates which were snagged from web browsers, etc.

Sometimes I sits and thinks, sometimes I just sits... That cratered, too. So, copy these bits from the original.pem and paste them at the end of new.pem, namely -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- gUgePf2CbIMcIkWln8Ujse5WHe42wPFhwVM4Fwdkvy8WD6QoroYzJDzrcu1L15nF ... http://venamail.com/error-reading/error-reading-certificate-file-usr-local-etc-stunnel-mail-pem.html Reply With Quote Page 3 of 4 First 1234 Last Jump to page: « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Tags for this Thread pop3, smtp, verizon View Tag Cloud Bookmarks

No such luck. It can also be caused if your computer is recovered from a virus or adware/spyware attack or by an improper shutdown of the computer. Edit: My original post here was in error; see Tom's post immediately below. I changed main.cf back to relayhost = [localhost]:5000 and restarted postfix.

So, just create another line in that file: Code: localhost user:pass Then run postmap /etc/postfix/saslpass (or whatever the path to the file is). Reply With Quote 02-Aug-2013,03:51 #24 rich7458 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Jul 2013 Posts 6 Re: Need to chage POP3 and SMTP server If you use stunnel in client mode and the remote SSL server does require client/peer certificates, then you do need one, and should read the instructions below. After processing your information (and check) they will send you back a certificate which is of the form -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- certificate data here -----END CERTIFICATE----- This is your certificate.