2c8927feef24ddf070838cf23aad2e340f3f01c9 — Simon Ser 2 years ago 9fb2ece
Use direct TLS by default, add hints for STARTTLS

In general it's better to use direct TLS connections. Default to
direct TLS in our example Git config.

Add a hint about STARTTLS, because (1) some old providers may still
not have direct TLS and (2) the Git smtpencryption option is very
1 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

M index.html
M index.html => index.html +7 -2
@@ 150,8 150,8 @@
	smtpserver = mail.example.org
	smtpuser = you@example.org
	smtpencryption = tls
	smtpserverport = 587</pre>
	smtpencryption = ssl
	smtpserverport = 465</pre>
                  Be sure to fill in the appropriate values for your email
                  provider - you will probably only have to fill in

@@ 162,6 162,11 @@
                <pre>git config --global user.email "you@example.org"
<!--              -->git config --global user.name "Your Name"</pre>
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                  This configuration assumes direct TLS. If your provider only
                  offers STARTTLS, set <code>smtpencryption = tls</code> and
                  <code>smtpserverport = 587</code>.