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On sending I now get a seperate error window 'couldnt open a connection to the server'- red light. Are you behind a firewall? (Thats the most common reason you can't connect directly) Chris18/04/2006 7:37pm You're right fret - a big firewall, covering the entire country! Sending: Using 'F:\email\scribe\ssleay32.dll' Using 'F:\email\scribe\libeay32.dll' Connected to '' Connection closed. I assume this means Im stuck behind a firewall that wont give me a direct connection to the gmail server, though there is a connection of some kind as pinging pop

Cheers for replying to the previous post so quickly. One difference to the original post is that my email doesnt get sent. G P.S. Request for help Reply

I'll add this to my list of things to look at this week. Any help is appreciated as a usb email client is exactly what I need. B.Gupta24/04/2007 6:05pm Mine is identical problem. I have i.Scribe on sandisk cruzer micro 4gb usb drive.

Marco11/02/2006 5:50pm I get the same problem with the last version of OpenSSL... Thx for your help - I just have to accept that I won't be able to use smtp with ssl. I was successfully receiving mail till 22nd March, but failed to do it today on two different computers. Luckily, there are worse things in life :-) Cheers Chris G18/04/2006 10:02pm As a check I started again and copied all files to my usb stick from scratch.

If this is a Gmail error, and nothing to do with Scribe, I apologise. fret18/04/2006 11:52pm You could post me some of the connection logs to show me where things get up to. The mail still gets sent, so the error has not affected me yet, but thought you might like to know. At which point the 'Couldnt open a connection to the server, server error' box is displayed POP is enabled in gmail and has been for months (I usually use Outlook), there

fret17/04/2006 11:37pm That error is just shutdown cruft. I am able to receive msgs trough 'outlook', hence this is not a gmail problem. But if email is actually not being sent, then it becomes much more important. Status Panel -> click account -> send/receive -> click 'Log' tab -> right click and copy to clipboard.. -> paste into email or forum.

Also emailing is no problem via an internet browser. Pleasures of the third world coupling political paranoia with greedy state monopols. Just conducted some more tests. G17/04/2006 11:08pm Same here, im trying to run iscribe from a usd memory stick.

The suckers block basically all ports except the most used ones - and nothing can be done about it. Forum Post Sitemap Home Blog Forums FAQ YouTube Email Index > Scribe > Error 5 when using SSL Author/Date Error 5 when using SSL George12/04/2005 4:04pm Each using: dll from new openssl - copied from c:\windows\system32 to scribe folder on memory stick, v 1.89 test1 of iscribe, ssl plugin for that version. On receiving I get the same 'error 5' message but dont get my email - green light, as you say not really an error.

It doesn't usually mean anything is wrong. No chnge in settings of iScribe on this usb drive. I am using Receiving works alright. Any suggestions?

Chris18/04/2006 4:43am I'm getting this error when attempting to send through gmail from v 1.89 test1: Using 'O:\progs\_browse\Scribe\ssleay32.dll' Using 'O:\progs\_browse\Scribe\libeay32.dll' Error: Scribe_SSL.cpp:349 - BIO_do_connect failed Connection closed. G19/04/2006 9:47pm Hi fret, here goes: Receiving: Using 'F:\email\scribe\ssleay32.dll' Using 'F:\email\scribe\libeay32.dll' Connected to '' using SSL Error 5: error:00000005:lib(0):func(0):DH lib SSL connection closed. Chris fret18/04/2006 5:07am Chris: That looks like the raw network layer in the SSL lib can't form a connection to the server. QUIT Error 5: error:00000005:lib(0):func(0):DH lib SSL connection closed.

I should probably go in there and stop it being echoed to the log but I always have a list of important things to fix/code so it's just never gets done.