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    Default TLS library problem on HTC Desire

    Hi all,
    i want to setup my HTC Desire. Imap works fine, but i can't send emails from HTC via SMTP. I get this error:

    Code:
    Apr 26 09:42:09 zimbra postfix/smtpd[16409]: connect from unknown[172.22.4.177]
    Apr 26 09:42:09 zimbra postfix/smtpd[16409]: setting up TLS connection from unknown[172.22.4.177]
    Apr 26 09:42:09 zimbra postfix/smtpd[16409]: Anonymous TLS connection established from unknown[172.22.4.177]: TLSv1 with cipher DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA (256/256 bits)
    Apr 26 09:42:11 zimbra postfix/smtpd[16409]: warning: TLS library problem: 16409:error:1408F10B:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_RECORD:wrong version number:s3_pkt.c:293:
    Apr 26 09:42:11 zimbra postfix/smtpd[16409]: lost connection after STARTTLS from unknown[172.22.4.177]
    Apr 26 09:42:11 zimbra postfix/smtpd[16409]: disconnect from unknown[172.22.4.177]

    On my zimbra I allow TLS authentication only.

    Any suggestion how to solve it?

    Thak you.

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    Default Did you figure it out?

    I'm having the same issue...did you get this working?

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    Not yet :-/

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    Default Got it..sorta

    Seems that the problem (for me) was that it didn't trust the certificate authority that signed my certs, which is StartCom SSL. There's a bug in Android's bug tracker to support this CA (Microsoft, Apple, Mozilla, and more already do) and it looks like it might happen in 2.2, although I'm not entirely sure.

    What I did was install k9mail, which prompts you and allows you to accept untrusted certs. This is a much better solution anyways because it supports using your online Drafts/Sent/Trash folders instead of storing everything sent into local folders. k9mail is open source and is in fact a fork of the original Android mail client.

    You can find it here: k9mail - Project Hosting on Google Code

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    I use the StartCom SSL too. Thank's for tip.

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