I have been using MIAB for quite sometime. The new upgrade is much better now. However, I have a legacy software for our Insurance Management System that requires and will ONLY work with port 25 authentication ssl.
I never would have thought this would have been eliminated (better yet I should have ready the changelog DUH!) and now none of our agents can send out faxes, emails to clients or MGA’s.
Is there a way to put this back or turn it back on. EXTREMELY important…
It’s a software specifically designed for insurance agencies. They are worried more about making it more pretty than dealing with the real issues at hand and thats getting the built in email client up to date and for heavens sake, finally come up with a 64 bit as the access databases can’t handle the limit on the 32 bit open streams.
Every single one of our offices has the software which is centralized via VDI and DaaS. Every single customer gets put into this Insurance Agency Management System which makes the offices paperless, so when any agent needs to email a fax, email a document, and etc from it’s outdated hard coded email client, the new changes to MiaB from the update and turning off port 25 authentication seriously broke everything. As I said, yes, I’m and idiot for not reading the Changelog, but it’s a change I would never have expected so I wasn’t out “looking for it”.
It was working as it should perfectly until the update and I saw somewhere on here that the Developer would help anyone that still needs this legacy access but when I signed up and went back to where he said it, it was gone and was entirely in a different thread, so I’m reaching out for some help as the agents are having a hard time doing their work and having to save the scanned image and make a copy on their desktop then email from outlook when it all was designed to work within the software.
[config.ini] (In /opt/mailproxy next to mailproxy.py!!)
host = 0.0.0.0
;port above 1024 because non-root user.
port = 2525
host = box.urgero.org
port = 587
;Not SSL here, use TLS. Proxy will *serve* port 2525 without auth and without ssl/tls.
use_ssl = no
starttls = yes
smtp_auth = yes
smtp_auth_user = firstname.lastname@example.org
smtp_auth_password = SomeComplicatedPasswordForTheAccount1234