Re: NTMail Authentication

WebWiz ( (no email) )
Wed, 15 Apr 1998 08:54:08 -0400

I agree Chris,
There is a demand for this feature and where there is a demand there will be
a supply and I for one are willing to pay the cost.
I hoped that IEA would do it since they advertise "Backend Database
Interfaces" on their web site. But I guess (just like US Robotics and the X2
modem) they want to monopolize the this feature. And look where that got US
So if anyone is willing to take the time to develop it I am sure there
that we can make it happen..
I am going to pursue it from the resources on my end and keep ya posted.
Thanks for your response Chris.


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Thomas <>
To: '' <>
Date: Wednesday, April 15, 1998 4:51 AM
Subject: RE: NTMail Authentication

>Seeing as IEA won't be releasing a version, we are going to need to do
>something ourselves. We are going to need this capability in the next
>week or 2 and would be keen to pay someone to code it up because we've
>got better things to do. If there are a few more people out there who
>want this, maybe we can pool our money and talk someone into doing it,
>unsupported (maybe even IEA). We are currently using NTMail, so the DLL
>would need to work with NTMail.
>Any interest?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Dale E. Reed Jr. []
>> Sent: Wednesday, April 15, 1998 4:28 PM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: NTMail Authentication
>> WebWiz wrote:
>> >
>> > Is it possible to have IEA make a DLL like emer_ntm.dll that
>> > registered RadiusNT Licenses and not just the Emerald Software
>> > Dale I think you might be able to answer this or maybe give a name
>> > someone to ask there.
>> This may be possible with the upcoming Enterprise version of RadiusNT,
>> but not with a standard license. Support issues are the main reason
>> we don't make them available outside of Emerald (besides the fact that
>> we would be giving our competition one more think they don't have).
>> --
>> Dale E. Reed Jr. (
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