I have used: fetchmail --verbose --sslcertpath="/etc/ssl/certs" --sslcertck --proto POP3 --mda "rcvstore -sequence gmail +inbox" --logfile /var/tmp/gmail.log pop.gmail.com to get my gmail downloaded for some time now.
Has your OpenSSL been upgraded recently?
It seems that fetchmail doesn't enable SNI for it's TLS connection
Try adding `--sslproto TLS1' to fetchmail's arguments. -- Cheers, Ralph. -- nmh-workers https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/nmh-workers
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