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TLS Email is an option for alert and status emails if you want to use encrypted mail or
relay mails through mailers like GoogleMail. If you only want to send mail to your Googleaccount
this can be done unencrypted via port  25, see

Encrypted TLS email requires that you install the needed OS TLS modules for encryption


To enable TLS emails on OmniOS 151018 and up, use the following setup
(use putty, login as root and copy/paste commands with a mouse right-click, on questions use defaults thanks to Rick)

perl -MCPAN -e shell
notest install Net::SSLeay
notest install IO::Socket::SSL
notest install Net::SMTP::TLS

If you get a warning "auth failed" from Gmail then:
Login to Gmail settings. On the bottom of the settings, you find the option: allow less security apps; set to on

TLS Problems after an update to OmniOS 151028
TLS is not working and the above setup fails:
workaround: install 151028 from scratch, import  datapools and restore /var/web-gui/_log/* and users with same uid

TLS email on OmniOS 151014  not working due a compiler error with SSLeay
This can be fixed with a (Thanks to Michael)

OpenIndiana Hipster

# during napp-it setup
# pkg install --deny-new-be gcc-49 gnu-tar linker header-math object-file gnu-coreutils lint system/header
# pkg install automake

perl -MCPAN -e shell
notest install Net::SSLeay
notest install IO::Socket::SSL
notest install Net::SMTP::TLS

Option for Solaris 11 (11.3 and 11.4)

## Step 1: install net-ssleay on Oracle Solaris
pkg install net-ssleay

## step2: Install CPAN modules (source of Perl modules)

perl -MCPAN -e shell
-> and answer yes when it asks if it should try to configure as much as possible by itself

at the cpan prompt, enter:
install Net::SMTP::TLS

-> and answer all questions with the default answer.

Optionally reload CPAN files with newest prior installing Net::SMTP::TLS
install CPAN
reload cpan

At least for Solaris 11.2  you need a different


extract this tar example with 7Zip. You need the from the top directory

then replace (ex via WinSCP)

with the file from the above tar.gz

and optionally Net::IDN::Encode if you use internationa domains with Umlauts

The following is obsolete with current releases:

## There is a bug in the installed module
From napp-it 0.9f1 on, this is fixed automatically

If you use napp-it < 0.9f1 newest, you must fix the bug manually
Change "SSLv3 TLSv1" to "SSLv3" [remove the TLSv1] in
/usr/perl5/site_perl/t.16.1/Net/SMTP/ on line 182

napp-it 20.12.2018