I see that mutt in Antergos is compiled with +USE_SSL_OPENSSL, -USE_SSL_GNUTLS.
This creates problems connecting to my ISP Ziggo.nl
My .muttrc contains:
set ssl_starttls = yes
set smtp_url = “smtp://[email protected]@smtp.ziggo.nl:587”
The TLS connection “aborts” with the following message
“SSL failed, I/O error. Could not negotiate TLS connexion”.
So I get no certificate and cannot use mutt.
Mutt in Fedora is compiled with -USE_SSL_OPENSSL, +USE_SSL_GNUTLS.
With the same .muttrc file I can connect with no problems.
The TLS “handshake” is succesfull and I am offered a certificate.
Is there a solution short of recompiling mutt with gnutls linked?
Ziggo seems to use TLSv1. Given the competence of the helpdesk people
it is not an option to contact Ziggo.
Does anybody know what using openssl does differently from gnutls
in these situations.