Hi, i'm trying to use Fiddler to test SMTPS communication through a Proxy Tunnel, in the following manner :
- The client exec an Http Connect command in order to establish a tunnel to the destination SMTP server on port 465.
- After the connect succeed, the client starts talking with the server through the created tunnel like a normal SMTPS connection.
This is working successfully if the "decrypt HTTPS traffic" option is disabled.
When the option is enabled and the interception certificate is created, the client - SMTP communication is shut down all of a sudden.
After further analysis, it turned out that the SMTP server actually replies correctly to the proxy with the classic "Service Ready" message, but for an unknown reason the message never reach the client (it seem that Fiddler is not passing it to the Proxy-Client connection). So i am wondering if Fiddler applies some kind of filter to Non-HTTP traffic once the decryption is activated. Is this the case ?