RE: Kerberos ticket access to MS Exchange

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RE: Kerberos ticket access to MS Exchange

Nebergall, Christopher
Did anyone have any luck with GSSAPI in SMTP and POP?  This suggests
that they support it.

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Telnet-Exchange2003-POP3-SMTP-Troubl
eshooting.html
 

-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On
Behalf Of Ken Hornstein
Sent: Monday, August 01, 2005 12:34 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Kerberos ticket access to MS Exchange

>something that will eventually not work anyway.  The funny thing is, if

>you are going to store passwords on your Microsoft AD server acting as
>a KDC, then what is the point of having a KDC in the first place...in
>terms of Microsoft authentication?  This is why I say that Microsoft
>uses Kerberos just to appease the 'nix natives.  It certainly has
>little use in their own products.

To be fair to Microsoft ... they do seem to use Kerberos in a number of
places.  E.g., their instant messaging protocol is Kerberized (I
verified that with a network sniffer).  From my conversations with
Microsoft people, the reason Exchange doesn't do GSSAPI-authenticate
IMAP really seems to be more tied up in lack of interest in the Exchange
group (for what reason, I dunno).

--Ken
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