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Hi all,

I use the following code to fetch my mail from Gmail:

 mailman.MailHost := 'pop.gmail.com';
 mailman.PopUsername := '***';
 mailman.PopPassword := '***';
 mailman.PopSsl := 1;
 mailman.MailPort := 995;

 bundle := mailman.TransferMail();

 if (bundle = nil ) then
   begin
     ShowMessage(mailman.LastErrorText);
     Exit;
   end;

 for i := 0 to bundle.MessageCount - 1 do
   begin
     email := bundle.GetEmail(i);

But since of today that is not working anymore because of: http://googleappsupdates.blogspot.nl/2016/05/disabling-support-for-sslv3-and-rc4-for.html

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How should I fix this?

Thanks.

asked Jun 23 at 12:29

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kdegraaf
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edited Jun 23 at 12:32


I very much doubt this is the cause of the problem.

Even if you are using a very old version of Chilkat, that should've supported at least TLS 1.0. The latest version of Chilkat would by-default use TLS 1.2, and would certainly not try to use RC4.

Turn on verbose logging and check the contents of the mailman.LastErrorText.

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answered Jun 23 at 12:34

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Hi the version I get from ShowMessage( mailman.Version); is 6.0.0. Is that recent enough?

The result from mailman.LastErrorText is the screenprint in my first post.

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answered Jun 23 at 12:46

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kdegraaf
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And how to turn on verbose logging? I'm using chilkat with Delphi 2010.

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answered Jun 23 at 12:48

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kdegraaf
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That version is ancient...

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answered Jun 23 at 12:48

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chilkat ♦♦
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Thanks for your quick answers.

Ancient, so to old to support TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.2?

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answered Jun 23 at 12:51

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kdegraaf
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Isue is fixed with using version 9.5.

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answered Jun 24 at 05:53

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