Last night Verizon email.administrators "flipped a switch" that has killed the use of Pegasus mail over SSL using TCP ports 465 and 995 as Verizon suggests we use.
I have experienced this and so has every other Pegasus Mail user who is on Verizon email.
There are posts on Usenet and posts on the Pegasus Forums
Thus the problem is not just me but ANYONE who is using Pegasus mail with the Verizon email server using...
# Incoming mail server (POP3): incoming.verizon.net # Incoming Server Port Numbers: 995 # Outgoing mail server (SMTP): outgoing.verizon.net # Outgoing Server Port Numbers: 465 Why is this important? # Your Verizon Online user name # Your Verizon Online password # Make sure "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" is checked.
Might be a bug in Pegasus related to TLS 1.1/1.2 security. Based on someones post over at the site you pointed to looks like its not picking up the entire key. Microsoft made changes in the support modules to fix a bug earlier this year and it causes the key to be split over transmissions. Almost the same thing happend for web pages, including Verizons, when that change went in.
Yes, it might be a problem in the way David Harris implemented SSL in P-Mail.
Only time will tell as this is reserached.
Knowing what the Verizon email administators had done that introduced chaos would help.