Reply 80 of 101, by Bruninho
What I would like to have is an email server running on a Raspberry Pi that I can log into with legacy clients, which then forwards everything transparently to the Gmail servers.
That would be the best option. But setting up an email server on a rPi3 requires some knowledge (which I don't have actually) - especially in what concerns about security.
I had one of my rPi3 hacked recently, I had to wipe it out and reinstall everything as a fresh install. The rPi3 must be really secure before any attempt to build an email server.
I'll try again to set up the IMAP folders on my OE versions (W98 and W2000) later, hopefully I can get the folders/labels to sync better. As for W3.x, I have no idea.
EDIT: According to my research, OE 5.0 ~ 6.0 will only "speak" TLS 1.0. To support TLS 1.1 and above, needs to be replaced by newer clients. So, it's the final straw for OE in W3.x and maybe also any OE on any Windows below Vista - when it was replaced by, if my memory serves right, Windows Mail.
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