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 Slight error in the HTML in the article
Author: Alain Hoang 
Date:   10-01-02 22:36

Hi there,

Great article I enjoyed it quite a bit since I've not used stunnel and really want to learn to use it so this was perfect. However I noticed in the passage where it is referring to look at /etc/services etc etc that seemed to be rendered a little in correctly. Glancing at the HTML I noticed that one of the tags is missing a close caret. Here's the passage in question:

<P>
To implement secured pop3 access, I'm going to add the following new line.
Note the use of 'pop3s' instead of 'pop3'. If you take a look in your
<CODE CLASS="code">/etc/services</CODE file you should find that the pop3s service runs
on port 995. If it's not there, add it yourself and save the change.
</P>

Notice that </CODE> is actually </CODE !

Otherwise thanks for the article it was very informative.

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 Re: Slight error in the HTML in the article
Author: Alain Hoang 
Date:   10-01-02 22:38

Argh, seems HTML tags are interpreted by this bulletin board. But the offending passage was there and one of the CODE tags is missing a closing caret at the very end. I'm not sure if this was a mistake in the original article or elsewhere but figured someone wouldn't mind knowing.

Cheers.

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 Re: Slight error in the HTML in the article
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   11-01-02 00:13

Thanks. I've fixed up the HTML. The next version of Phorum has better support for posted HTML. Actually, this one might too and I have it disabled.

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