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MailBee SSL Plugin - Script Review
MailBee SSL Plugin
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Win2000, WinXP, Win2003
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ASP / Security Systems
US $99.00
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     MailBee SSL is a plugin object which can be easily attached to core MailBee's objects such as SMTP, POP3, IMAP4. Once attached, the plugin forces these objects to communicate in SSL/TLS mode. The plugin also supports custom user certificates and stores, server certificate validation, connections over regular port (STARTTLS mode), user specified communication protocols.


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