Author Topic: GMAIL setup/use  (Read 5321 times)

Offline whodo36

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GMAIL setup/use
« on: May 15, 2011, 09:20:12 AM »
Okay, avoiding things like telnet and kemit;

W7 Ultimate 64 SP1
WINDOWS LIVE MAIL
loaded bot 32 and 64 CSE
Firefox

I am trying to get certificates and have the 250:13 problem, whether FF or IE is the default browser.

Now, I read most of CSE help and a thorough security post here, but would like some simple recomendations about configuring GMAIL:

1) Should I use IMAP, POP, or http?
2) Should I set  always use HTTPS?
3) Should the servers use SSL authentication?
4) Text or UTF8?
5) Anything else useful!!!!

Danka

Offline whodo36

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Re: GMAIL setup/use
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2011, 12:12:04 PM »
To clarify a little - I used to be a guru with hpux, but not with certificates.  What I've read here brings back thoughts about standards are interpreted proprietorially.  eg 64 bit vs 32! 

I have found that certificates can be stored on:

1)  the os  -  W7 desktop & Vsta laptop.
2) the browser - FF & IE.
3) the mail handler - W Live in my case
4) each email account 7 in my case.
4) programs:
     a. CEVPN
     b. CES

Nowhere have I seen a definitive answer to - do each of the above need their own certificate, or can 1 certificate be stored in a generically universal place?

Second question - if a certificate is replaced or renewed - do all the above need updating?


 

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