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    Hello,

    MDaemon uses the Operating System to handle SSL and TLS functionality. As long as the operating system supports ECC certificates, MDaemon will use them.

    For MD PGP, we are currently only able to generate key pairs using RSA, we will look into adding support for ECC key pairs for a future version.

    Thanks,
    Arron

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    letsencrypt.org and windows server 2019 support ecc cert. and letsencrypt change to using ecc root cert and give up RSA.

    i have try use openssl creat ed448 cert for openvpn , it is better.
    if MD PGP crat 4096 RSA cert, it is big file input dns record.

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    Hello Brian,

    Thanks for sharing your ideas to force SSL/TLS for all clients. We will look into adding options for force TLS/SSL for IMAP and POP clients in a future version. One option to force POP and IMAP users to use SSL is to only allow the SSL ports for these protocols through the firewall. Another option is to turn off support for plain text passwords. This will force the users to choose a secure means of transmitting the password which are either the use of Cram-MD5 or an SSL/TLS connection. Forcing the use of SSL/TLS on port 25 may result in other servers not being able to send you email, but it is possible to do using the STARTTLS Required List.

    Thanks,

    Arron

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    Hello,

    Thank you for sharing your idea to provide a means of not over-writing the custom images you put in place. It will be considered for future versions.

    There are a couple of options that may help you to achieve this in the current version.

    - You can try putting your image files in place and then mark them as read-only. A read-only file cannot be overwritten so the installer should fail to over-write it.

    - You can create a custom theme by copying an existing theme to a new folder and make your changes in the custom theme.

    - You can write a script to copy the files over for you so that each time you install a new version all you have to do is run the script to update all the image files.

    If you’d like further assistance with any of these ideas, please contact our support…

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    Support to add this function, although you may not necessarily use that website, you can consider adding multiple options

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