[MlMt] Ex: mailmate Digest, Vol 119, Issue 7
Harvey S. Leff
hsleff at cpp.edu
Thu Feb 4 13:41:34 EST 2021
Thanks, Eric. Active Sync is evidently Microsoft's version of IMAP. It has been around for a while and MS is apparently claiming that Active Sync is more secure for mobile devices. I tried to set up a new IMAP account with MailMate, but get no screen showing the option of OAuth2, and I'm quite sure now that Active Sync is NOT OAuth2.
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On Feb 4, 2021, at 9:00 AM, mailmate-request at lists.freron.com<mailto:mailmate-request at lists.freron.com> wrote:
Date: Thu, 04 Feb 2021 00:23:24 -0500
From: "Eric Sharakan" <esharakan at gmail.com<mailto:esharakan at gmail.com>>
To: "MailMate Users" <mailmate at lists.freron.com<mailto:mailmate at lists.freron.com>>
Subject: Re: [MlMt] 2nd IT&IP Service Notice: Campus Email Protocols
IMAP/SMTP/POP Disabled - 2/1
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I don't know too much about ActiveSync, but if it's Exchange 365 using
so-called modern Auth (i.e. OAuth2), my experience is that MailMate
r5757 works fine. You need to select OAuth2 in the "IMAP Account
Settings" screen for both IMAP & SMTP. Specify outlook.office365.com<http://outlook.office365.com/> as
the IMAP & SMTP Servers, enter your email address, and you'll
authenticate via a window that will appear.
It's possible the server side is configured to only allow specific mail
clients. If that's the case, you'll see a message about MailMate not
being an approved client. At that point you're at the mercy of your
school and whatever policies they have in place.
But it's worth a try, it might just work!
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