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Re: Mail Authentication

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: Mail Authentication
Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2003 16:44:06 -0700
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address@hidden wrote:

At 15:47 (UTC-0500) on Thu, 18 Dec 2003 address@hidden said:
= At 11:06 (UTC-0700) on Thu, 18 Dec 2003 Kevin Rodgers said:
= = = address@hidden wrote: = = = = > Finally I got emacs' mail working... to a degree. I can send mail with
= = > it, but only to users on the same machine.  If I try to send outside
= = > (via my ISP), I get nothing.  That is to say, I know that emacs is
= = > connecting to the ISP and handing off the email, but it never gets
= = > delivered.  I suspect that the ISP is simply tossing it out due to lack
= = > of authentication from me.
= = = = = = What does the *trace of SMTP session to foo* buffer contain (where foo is the
= = value of smtpmail-smtp-server)?
= = Though I have = = (setq tramp-verbose 10)
= (setq tramp-debug-buffer t)

Sorry-- I cut-n-pasted the wrong lines.  This is what I have:

(smtpmail-debug-info t)

How did you come up with that cruft?  smtpmail-debug-info is a variable,
not a function.

+++ I'm trying to debug a lot of stuff +++

You're much more likely to solve your problems if you debug them one at
a time.

= in my .emacs, it isn't regularly producing the trace. It has done it = twice over the past couple of weeks, it seems only for the first time = after emacs is loaded. Do I have to exit and then (re)start emacs each = time I want the trace output?

The entire SMTP dialog is recorded in the *trace of SMTP session to ...*
buffer.  But you have to explicitly select it with `C-x b' right after
you send your message in order to see its contents.

Kevin Rodgers

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