Implications of a common private keys directory in 2.1

Andrew Gallagher andrewg at
Wed Nov 23 11:54:13 CET 2016

On 23/11/16 10:19, Peter Lebbing wrote:
> I could concur with this statement if we amend it a little: when two
> MTA's are explicitly configured as TLS peers. 

Absolutely. But if you're using a non-standard protocol, then you also
need to explicitly configure both sides. So in practical terms there is
little advantage.


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