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3.1.5.1.1 Receiving an IMAP4_AUTHENTICATE_NTLM_Supported_Response Message

The expected state is sent_authentication_request.

On receiving an IMAP4_AUTHENTICATE_NTLM_Supported_Response message, a client MUST generate the first NTLM message by calling the NTLM subsystem. The NTLM subsystem then generates a NEGOTIATE_MESSAGE NTLM message, as specified in [MS-NLMP]. The client encodes the NTLM message with base64 encoding, encapsulates it in an IMAP4_AUTHENTICATE_NTLM_Blob_Command message, and sends it to the server.

The client changes state to inside_authentication.

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