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    ZTexas is offline Starter Member
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    Default Support SSL when sending and receiving mail from Google account

    Hi all!
    I have a general question on google mail account set up in ZDesktop.
    When one sets up a gmail account in Zimbra does Zimbra use a secure connection for receiving and sending mails/calendar/contacts?
    When I set up an IMAP account manually I have a choice to use a secure connection for incoming and outgoing mails but how does the application sets up a default gmail account?
    Appreciate feedback.

    Texas.

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    Yes, it uses SSL for gmail.

    Gmail only supports SSL - according to their info, you can't connect to them without SSL even if you wanted to.
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