05-09-2016 05:54 AM
TWC Roadrunner Email Server Security on
Nexus 7 (2013) Android 6.0.1
Droid Mini (Verizon) Android 4.4
On both devices, both Incoming (POP port 110) and Outgoing (SMTP port 587) Server settings for @neo.rr.com email show Security Type as "None". Choosing SSL/TLS alone or with " Accept all Certificates" gets "Cannot connect to server". Account Setup instructions say to set Server Security Type as "SSL/TLS Accept All Certificates".
My User Name and email address are as originally assigned years ago, as is my Master Password. If these are compromised, what's to keep email secure?
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05-12-2016 08:52 AM
Thanks. Before I follow your instructions, I want to be sure I was clear about my concern. I access TWC (Roadrunner) email through TWC wireless modem. The email address is email@example.com). I have no problem accessing email. My question is about security.
When I go to my Time Warner Email - Settings - Account - Server Settings, both Incoming and Outgoing Settings show "None" under Security Type. Is this OK?
If I select anything else (SSL, SSL/TLS, etc..) and click Done, I get "Cannot connect to Server". My Username and Password are both shown and correct as are POP and SMTP servers.
Please confirm for me that this is clear and whether i should follow your instructions for better email security, I don't want to attempt to fix something that's not broken.
05-12-2016 09:52 AM
At this time, SSL/TLS encryption is not supported which is why those errors have occured. My apologies I did not mention that in my original response.
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07-18-2016 03:32 PM - edited 07-18-2016 03:34 PM
It's 2016 and TWC mail still doesn't have basic security for its email servers. That's unbelievable. This was standard as of 15 years ago with most any internet/email hosting company. It's shameful.