Scoop capture v3 POP3 email SSL port 995


Scoop capture v3 POP3 email SSL port 995

Author
Message
philedmonds
philedmonds
Forum Sage
Forum Sage (28K reputation)Forum Sage (28K reputation)Forum Sage (28K reputation)Forum Sage (28K reputation)Forum Sage (28K reputation)Forum Sage (28K reputation)Forum Sage (28K reputation)Forum Sage (28K reputation)Forum Sage (28K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Posts: 127, Visits: 620
I'm trying to set up a Scoop Capture v3 machine to download stories and audio from an e-mail account.

The e-mail account in question needs to be accessed with an SSL connection on port 995. It's a google apps domain account.

I've set up a new source, using the email3.ini as a starting point.

There is no option I can see to specify SSL or port, and specifying the server as pop.gmail.com:995 doesn't work (such specifying a port in the URI is a trick that I've found works with some software.)

Is there a way to configure Scoop v3 to do this, or do I need to find a 'plain vanilla' POP3 server I can use?



 

--
Myriad user since 1998, now custodian of dozens of Myriad,Autotrack, Powerlog and Scoop boxes of many different flavours.
http://www.philedmonds.com
Peter Jarrett
Peter Jarrett
Forum Sage
Forum Sage (331K reputation)Forum Sage (331K reputation)Forum Sage (331K reputation)Forum Sage (331K reputation)Forum Sage (331K reputation)Forum Sage (331K reputation)Forum Sage (331K reputation)Forum Sage (331K reputation)Forum Sage (331K reputation)

Group: Broadcast Radio
Posts: 1.8K, Visits: 3.7K
Hi Phil,

I'm afraid non-encrypted POP3 is all that Scoop (and Myriad News) supports, so yes, you'll need a regular POP3 account somewhere.

------------
Peter Jarrett, Technical Director
Broadcast Radio Ltd.

Bill Bailey: No win, no fee, no basis in reality. Just a room above a minicab office in Acton and a steady stream of greedy simpletons whose delusion is only matched by their clumsiness


Craig Arthur
Craig Arthur
Forum Sage
Forum Sage (54K reputation)Forum Sage (54K reputation)Forum Sage (54K reputation)Forum Sage (54K reputation)Forum Sage (54K reputation)Forum Sage (54K reputation)Forum Sage (54K reputation)Forum Sage (54K reputation)Forum Sage (54K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Posts: 258, Visits: 7K
We've had the same problems with Powerlog and Google Apps, had to use another plain smtp server and a VPN to get it all working.

Be nice if the email gubbins could be updated, go on , go on, go on as Mrs Doyle once said. :-)

Craig Arthur

Engineering & IT Manager
Radio Royal, Royal 2 & Royal Gold.
GO


Reading This Topic


Login
Existing Account
Email Address:


Password:


Select a Forum....





























Broadcast Radio Forums


Search