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We currently have CF 9 and have an application that uses cfpop. We are upgrading company mail to use Office 365. I was able to get cfmail working with Office 365 no problem, but cfpop is not working I believe because of the Office 365 TLS requirement. If I upgrade to CF 10, will the new cfpop feature of "secure="yes"" enable cfpop to work with Office 365? I do not want to upgrade at this time if that will not fix our problem.
Thanks. CF10 added SSL support, and I know it will work with Gmail accounts as I have found threads of others using it for Gmail successfully, but I cannot find anything about Office 365. I have CF10 on another server and started playing with it there, but no success so far. Get the error:
This exception was caused by: com.sun.mail.util.MailConnectException: Couldn't connect to host, port: outlook.office365.com, 995; timeout -1; nested exception is: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect. <br>The error occurred on line 1. /admin/cheryl/emailtest.cfm
I can send email through cfmail just fine via Office 365, I just cannot access using cfpop. Trying to determine if the cfpop feature "secure" ADDED in CF 10 fixes the Office 365 connection issue.
Just an update - I still could not get it to work on CF 10 using the secure attribute, but I did get it to work on CF 9 simply by inserting the exact 5 lines of code from this post - cfpop and gmail | Anuj Gakhar So, not upgrading for now - will probably wait for CF 11/plesk compatibility at this point.
Plesk had decided to no longer support CF above version 10.
I don't know what type of server you are running (windows or linux), but I was in the same boat, trying to move from CF9 to CF11 on a windows 2012 platform.
I was able to install CF11 with plesk 12 on my server pretty easily, and its been stable for a few months. I posted my procedure here:
The one downside is that if your in constantly changing ISP environment, adding new clients and domains, you will need to run the coldfusion web connector for each iis website you add (rather than just clicking the "coldfusion support" checkbox in plesk). That and the absense of the ODBC connection manager is about all you lose.