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And set the option Is your SMTP server requires secure connection to Not Secure even tho port 587 is normally used for secure TLS. This may work with STARTTLS as that actually starts as a normal insecure connection that switches to tls after connection is established.
Hi there. As stated in title im trying to set up cheetah SMTP to work with mailersend . It appears the Cheetah SMTP module does not at the moment have the option to use STARTTLS which is different to TLS . Mailersend will not work with TLS.. ANy suggestions here guys . Do yoiu have the intent…
Thats actually my mistake. I used the comments to answer. That is the incorrect way to answer the question. My mistake was i did not notice the Answer Question button. Seems i have done that on a couple of others as well. I believe the best choice is to make that button more prominent.
When and if cheetah provides a mobile app. Perhaps. But considering cheetah does not currently have a mobile app. No at this time.
Right now cheetah has to have old technology such as flash removed and replaced with modern technology and webrtc for voice and video instead of flash. I have to get Cheetah up to more current tech standards first. Hopefully by that time progressive web app tech which is what i prefer to use instead of mobile apps will be advanced enough to implement native app features.
Ok, i believe i have figured out how to use my UNA platform, I have both Cheetah & UNA, so my question is the following, i have the dolphin connect set up over at my UNA site, so that members can easily switch from my WDS site to my ChatWDS site, are there any plans to build a UNA connect for Ch…