Created attachment 613775 [details] terra.com.br User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/535.2 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/15.0.874.120 Safari/535.2 Expected results: We wish that when a user setup a email account from @terra.com.br the thunderbird setup it properly, specially about the smtp configuration, because nowadays the thunderbird don't set the full username to the Outgoing Server (SMTP). Thanks for the attention Alexandre Bunn
Alexandre, do you work for Terra ? if so you should host the file as explained at https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Thunderbird/Autoconfiguration#Configuration_server_at_ISP. This is fatser for the user and easier to maintain for you guys. If you aren't working for Terra we'll follow the process to add the file on our servers.
Yes, I do. Is the ispdb no more used?
(In reply to Alexandre Bunn from comment #2) > Yes, I do. Is the ispdb no more used? It still is but we prefer for ISP to host the file : 1) It's faster for the user (we query that before) 2) It's easier to maintain in the long run 3) It's supported by all clients using the ispdb autoconfiguration machanism So it's both a win for our users and the ISP - hence we push that solution.
Can you check if is there something wrong with our configurations? http://autoconfig.terra.com.br/mail/config-v1.1.xml What email clients supports the autoconf method? Thanks, Alexandre
(In reply to Alexandre Bunn from comment #5) > Can you check if is there something wrong with our configurations? > > http://autoconfig.terra.com.br/mail/config-v1.1.xml https :-) > What email clients supports the autoconf method? AFAIK Thunderbird from 3.0, Kmail, Evolution.
Ho and the file looks good to me. you can test it yourself by puttin the file in the profile (see the wiki page it sasy exactly where).
Confusingly, unencrypted http://autoconfig.terra.com.br/mail/config-v1.1.xml now results in a 404, but encrypted https://autoconfig.terra.com.br/mail/config-v1.1.xml is great. Unfortunately this is bad for Thunderbird, which uses http, but good for FxOS mail which uses https.