Posts Tagged ‘stunnel’

Sadly it’s fairly typical for corporate web filters to block ‘unusual’ ports, which means that if you’re trying to access a service that’s using anything other than port 80 for HTTP and port 443 for HTTPS then you might be in trouble. I recently came across a situation where somebody was trying to access an […]

This should work for any service that only supports POP3S, not just gmail. You’ll need a Linux box/VM (I generally use Ubuntu). Background Since the mid 90s I’ve used Ameol to retrieve email. When I started using gmail I forwarded mail on to my ISP’s POP3 service and collected it with Ameol so that I’d […]