Indy 10 Delphi 5 support broken (SMTP and SSL)?
I need to update an Delphi 5 program to send e-mails via gmail's SMTP
interface. So installed few days old Indy 10 snapshot (from
http://indy.fulgan.com/ZIP/ filename was Indy10_4675.zip). I also
downloaded OpenSSL DLLs from there
But the program dissapears when trying to send mail. There is no error
message, it is just gone, probably stack overflow... So I created
simple test program and the same thing happens with it. However, when
compiling the test program with Delphi 2010 it works OK! So it looks
like t...Indy 10 Delphi 5 support broken (SMTP and SSL)?
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Simple test program for SMTP and gmail test, see
UEsDBBQAAAAIAMN8Jz+JAV9RhgAAALwAA...Converting Delphi 2007 Indy 10.2.3 to Delphi 2009 Indy 10.5.5 [Edit]
I am currently attempting to port over a Delphi 2007 project that uses Indy 10.2.3 (very successfully) to Delphi 2009 and Indy 10.5.5 (I just got the latest development build this morning). I think I am running into an encoding issue, but am not sure. Specifically, IDHTTP with SSL calls an old CGI and the CGI returns a .zip file and I then save it to the disk. In 2007 and before this worked perfectly. In 2009, it is not. Here is the examples of the 2 different results (though cut way short in the post) I
am getting back:
'PK'#3#4#$14#0#0#0#8#0'rLQ9žrPb€'#0...migrating from Delphi 6 With Indy 10 to XE7 with Indy 10
I updated the original Indy in D6 to version 10 several years ago. Now I want to migrate my application from D6 to XE7 and would like some feedback on the best route to take. I usually send data using readln and writeln statements. The data is typically XML format. Since migrating to XE7 will include potential unicode data what is the best approach to take when reading and writing data? Will writeln and readln work in these cases or should I be using a different strategy to send unicode data between
the tidtcpclient and tidtcpserver applications?
> I usually send data ...delphi 7 Indy 9 and Indy 10
Hi, I can upgrade to indy 10 in delphi 7. But I have discover that indy 9
and Indy 10 have some different properties, so i had to change my old
programs that were made in indy 9 to upgrade it to new version, but it is a
long work. So I want to know if it is possible to install in the same delphi
7 both versions indy 10 and indy 9. I have tried to do it but i received a
Cannot load package 'IndySystem70'. It contains unit 'IdWinSock2', which is
also contained in package 'Indy70'.
Some can give me ideas or a link to read how to install both versi...Indy E-Mail Problem (Indy 10, Delphi 2007)
we use Indy 10 with Delphi 2007 to get E-Mail using IMAP.
We recieved an E-Mail which is not handled correctly.
The E-Mail looks like this
From: "Test Tester" <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 16:50:40 +0100
Content-Type: text/html; charset=US-ASCII
X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook 14.0
Thread-Index: AQFk6K6fcF3...How to get SSL certificates for a SSL-TCP Client/Server link with Indy 10
I'm completely new to SSL and these ciphering stuff but I need to make communicate client and server Delphi XE6 apps running on mobile devices. The TCP communication has to be safely ciphered.
To start, I simply wrote the Delphi/Indy TIdTCPServer/TIdTCPClient based Win32 client and server exchanging strings. (Issued from the indy10clieservr demos found on SourceForge: svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/indy10clieservr/code/1_sample Simple String Exchange)
I tried to modify them to cipher the communication by adding a TIdServerIOHandlerSSLOpenSSL component on the Server, and a TIdSSLIOHandlerSoc...Indy support and Delphi
I've been off the support site for nearly a year since the move to
Embarcadero. Does anyone know where to get help with an Indy/Delphi 5 issue
? I was ready to pay the Indy team to help but they have shut down support
... wont even do it for money.
I have an issue with the POP3 server that is showing up and need some short
Delbert Murray schrieb:
> Hi all,
> I've been off the support site for nearly a year since the move to
> Embarcadero. Does anyone know where to get help with an Indy/Delphi 5 issue
> ? I was ready to pay ...Ubuntu 10.10 on 10/10/10 at 10:10:10
Kinda neet. I imagine that time was UTC?
Bill_MI - Bill in Michigan
Expert Opinions $20, Shut-Up $50
On Sun, 10 Oct 2010 17:28:14 -0400, Bill_MI wrote:
> Kinda neet. I imagine that time was UTC?
Released on 10/10/10, at 10:10:10?? We'll have to call this one Ubuntu
> Kinda neet. I imagine that time was UTC?
Installed last night on my testbed laptop. Installer is different from
previous versions. Main improvement is that the bootloader installation
is not hidden behind an Advanced button on the last screen. Early in th...Delphi XE5 Indy SSl
Moved application from Delphi XE to XE5, using TidHttp to post xml using SSL. Works fine in Delphi XE compiled version. With Delphi XE5 compiled getting unable to load SSL library. Were there changes to the Indy code that requires more updated versions of ssleay32.dll and libeay32.dll?
> Moved application from Delphi XE to XE5, using TidHttp to post xml
> using SSL. Works fine in Delphi XE compiled version. With Delphi XE5
> compiled getting unable to load SSL library.
Did you try calling Indy's IdSSLOpenSSLHeaders.WhichFailedToLoad() functi...Using SSL with Indy 10
I am trying to get FTP over SSL working with Indy 10. I am getting an
error telling me that Indy can't load the SSL libary. It turns out that
the problem is actually that it can't find certain entry points in the
SSL DLLs. Those entry points are:
I have checked and I have the same version of the SSL DLLs as is
available on the intelicom.si web site.
I found the solution. I had to get the SSL DLLs from the OpenSSL site
rather than the intelicom.si site.
...Indy 9/10 Support
[I've already posted this to indy's newsgroup but was told to try elsewhere
as nobody monitors the group]
I'm trying to support Indy 9/10 for my users in BCB 5, 6, 2006 and 2007.
I've downloaded the latest versions of Indy 9 and 10 but am not having any
luck compiling them in each of the above compilers.
For Indy 9, I don't have any project files for BCB 2006 and 2007. If I'm
meant to use the Delphi projects, which ones do I use and how to I compile
them ? Will they produce BPL's compatible with BCB ?
For Indy 10, I have not managed past BCB5 - th...Indy 10 SSL Question
What is the version of SSL Dll for Indy 10, that bundled with C++Builder
Please provide the link.
"tom mario" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> What is the version of SSL Dll for Indy 10, that bundled with
> C++Builder 2009.
There are no SSL DLLs bundled with CB2009. You have to download them from
OpenSSL's website yourself.
Remy Lebeau (TeamB)
I tried both libraries
Still i get Could Not Load SSL Library.
"tom mario&q...Google and perfect forward secrecy
Google and perfect forward secrecy
Questions driving this post:
-Is it true that Google is using perfect forward secrecy?
-Are there any other cloud providers that are?
-Does this make Google more secure / private, even in the face of the
-When using cloud services how much security do we have if we have no
According to many articles and a mention by Steve, Google implemented
perfect forward secrecy for many of their sites in 2011. Apparently
Facebook has also implemented this protocol (although I think Face book
itself is the one not to trust with one&...