Am Freitag, den 05.03.2010, 19:22 +0100 schrieb Christoph Höger:
I am currently writing an IMAP client script in perl.
Since this script will only be used in one single use case and the IMAP
server supports Kerberos authentication, I thought it would be a good
idea to use Mail::ImapClient together with Authen:SASL
This works well until I want to really something, since the kerberos
protocoll implements some encryption of every message and Authen::SASL
does not support more than authentication.
Any ideas how one would implement the en/decryption using perl?
Mail::ImapClient brings some callbacks for this task, so I'd need a
decent kerberos interface.
Just for the archives: This had nothing to do with kerberos, but GSSAPI
which by default (at least in perls implementation) uses privacy
This can be turned off by setting the maxssf property to 0 in the GSSAPI
object. (Apparently this privacy protection is not implemented in perl).