I try to send a mail, when we add a comment,
but they give me this message :
Couldn't set sender to "firstname.lastname@example.org" , <email@example.com>... MAIL requires AUTH
I find the comment has been saved in the database, just couldn't be sent...
the adresse of smtp, i think it's right.......
because of SSL.......
Check the codestriker configuration file. If your SMTP server needs authentication, you need to set the username and password in codestriker.conf.
Yes, i did, but the question is that our server SMTP need connect by SSL
i try to find NET::SMTP::SSL by PPM, but i can't find it.
i don't want to install by hands, I don't want our all teams to install it by hands-_-.....
do u have some idea for that ?
actually I think that i need change the email.pm for pass by SSL
now he is use NET::SMTP
i think I should change to NET::SMTP::SSL....
how do u think?
Yes - you'd need to put in support for SSL yourself... I don't have access to such a server, so I don't know what is required. Let me know how you go!
actually, i think that we just need add
use Net::SMTP::SSL in ligne 16
and Net::SMTP::SSL in ligne 444
for download this pacakge
I have tried many server of packages, i can't find it by ppm-_-
and my boss hope that we can install package by PPM.(there are many groups that we should support, we can't install this package one by one .....)
so i can't test........-_-...............yet......
I have downloaded the package , and i try to modify the code , Net::SMTP => Net::SMTP::SSL
my $smtp = Net::SMTP::SSL->new('smtp3.gnb.st.com', Port => 25);
he tell me Unable to connect to mail server: Bad file descriptor
in the cpan, they give me a exemple
my $smtps = Net::SMTP::SSL->new("example.com", Port => 465);
Hev you tried
my $smtp = Net::SMTP::SSL->new('smtp3.gnb.st.com', Port => 465);
For SSL, the port number usually won't be 25, but 465 for SMTP SSL.
he give me this message"Unable to connect to mail server: Unknown error"
i'm not sure it's our problem
because i foundin the setting of outlook, the port of smtp is 25 for us
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