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Thread: 5.0.4 -> 5.0.6 versamail SSLOpen err=14637

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    Default 5.0.4 -> 5.0.6 versamail SSLOpen err=14637

    We are now getting an error from our Palm users after an upgrade of 5.0.4 -> 5.0.6. When attempt to get mail through Versamail (3.5.1), the following error is thrown:
    SSLOpen err=14637
    After hitting OK, the next error message is:
    Unable to connect to Please verify your server name entry.
    No settings have changed since we moved to 5.0.6 -- just the upgrade.

    We followed the wiki reset procedures but no luck.
    Mobile Device Setup - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Anyone else having this issue?
    John Turner
    Brandeis University
    Waltham MA

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    In ZCS 5.0.5, the list of default SSL ciphers allowed by ZCS mailbox server and proxy server were changed to not allow weak ciphers. This change was done in bug 21204 at the behest of installations that use security scanners that raise an alarm when weak cipher suites are in use. However, some IMAP and POP clients (such as Versamail/Treo) can only work with weak cipher suites.
    Administrators who have users using such mail clients are advised to restore
    their SSL cipher suites to the old default:

    zmprov mcf zimbraReverseProxySSLCiphers
    zmproxyctl stop
    zmproxyctl start

    We're going to document this in the ZCS 507 Release Notes. Please see Bug 29065 – Palm IMAP over SSL fails after ZCS 505 upgrade for details.

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