Question7Replies5024Views BharatTeja Member since 2012 8 posts Virtusa Posted: 4 years agoLast activity: 4 years 5 months ago Closed Solved Email account configuration - Receiver connectivity failedI have created an email account and able to establish the connection with sender configuration. But the receiver connectivity fails with the below error.Overall resultStatusFail:ConfigurationMessageA secure connection could not be established with the incoming email server.CheckApplication Server configuration.Even tried setting the DSS --> Email/DisableSecuritySTARTTLS value as true. PFA for configuration info.Did i missed any other configuration at server end?? Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years agoBASAVARAJ PEGA replied to BharatTejaHello Gangi,Have you tried with the configurations provided in the 3rd column of this post Google Apps SMTP settings to send mail from a printer, scanner, or app - Google Apps Administrator Help?if not could you please try the same? Posted: 4 years agoHabeebBaig PEGA replied to BASAVARAJHello,Have tried with '465' port number on receiver end for secure connection? Since you are disabling TLS.Can we try with plain SMTP port (i.e. 25) first?Thanks,Habeeb Baig Posted: 4 years agoUpdated: 4 years agoHOULJ PEGA replied to HabeebBaigPort 25 is not an option for gmail, and it is an SMTP port.The original post claims that SMTP is working and IMAP is not. Posted: 4 years agoUpdated: 4 years agoHOULJ PEGA replied to BharatTejaYour configuration looks to be correct in the Email Account record.What Application Server are you using?What version of java are you using?Also, you should remove the "DisableSecuritySTARTTLS" work you did. It will not help with an IMAP connection to GMail and it will negatively impact SMTP connections. Posted: 4 years agoBharatTeja Virtusa replied to HOULJit is personal edition 7.2 - Java 1.8 and Apache tomcat Accepted Solution Posted: 4 years agoBharatTeja Virtusa replied to BharatTejaThanks guys,Now it is working fine. This is due to Avast firewall block. Disabling it resolved the issue for now.. Posted: 4 years agoHOULJ PEGA replied to BharatTejaThat makes a lot of sense. Thanks for letting us know.