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Re: How to send a mail using smtp?


From: D P Schreber
Subject: Re: How to send a mail using smtp?
Date: 19 Dec 2004 14:43:45 GMT
User-agent: slrn/0.9.8.1 (Darwin)

On 2004-12-19, address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:
> So no user info should be provided?

[PLEASE edit quoted text before posting followups]

My smtp server allows authentication but doesn't require it, so in this
context I never bothered to figure out how to set it up.  If yours
requires authentication, try info for 'SMTP'. Looks like you want to set
smtpmail-auth-credentials and maybe also smtpmail-starttls-credentials.


smtpmail-auth-credentials's value is "~/.authinfo"

Specify username and password for servers, directly or via .netrc file.
This variable can either be a filename pointing to a file in netrc(5)
format, or list of four-element lists that contain, in order,
`servername' (a string), `port' (an integer), `user' (a string) and
`password' (a string, or nil to query the user when needed).  If you
need to enter a `realm' too, add it to the user string, so that it
looks like address@hidden'.
 


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