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By Sprezz | Wednesday, 29 July 2009 15:11 | 6 Comments
We're pleased to announce a new release of our free SMTP client for OpenInsight. This release fixes a very minor bug encountered when sending HTML mail messages with embedded images. It's released as an RDK so just extract to an empty subdirectory and run an RDKINSTALL.

It can be downloaded from here.

Full documentation can be found in SENL Volume 5 Issue 1.

[EDIT: 15 Oct 2010 - Updated link to latest zip]

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6 Comments:

  • Does ZZ_SMTP support the gmail mailserver? I'm having trouble using the smtp.gmail.com:587 mailserver with (or without) any SSL method (SSLv2, SSLv23, SSLv3, TLSv1)

    Cheers, M@

    By Anonymous Matt Crozier, At 15 October 2010 at 00:47  

  • Hi M@ - what errors are you seeing? I've never used a gmail account so couldn't tell you right now...

    By Blogger Captain C, At 15 October 2010 at 08:14  

  • M@,

    Just a guess, but the gmail username is your full address, so it would be mattcrozier@gmail.com, not mattcrozier.

    apk

    By Blogger apk, At 15 October 2010 at 11:23  

  • M@ - After checking with my shiny new gmail account you _can_ send mail but not by using TLS - you need to use SSLv3 with port 465.

    You also need to set the SECURE property to TRUE$ in SMTP_SendText and SMTP_SendHTML, right after the SSL.METHOD property gets set (I'll release a patch for this but just in case you wanted to try now... )

    TLS support will need further work.

    By Blogger Captain C, At 15 October 2010 at 13:25  

  • M@ - v1.2.1 Has been uploaded with the "SECURE" property patch. Please test with gmail using SSLv3 and port 465 and let me know how it goes.

    By Blogger Captain C, At 15 October 2010 at 14:13  

  • v1.2.1 works beautifully - thanks Capt'n!

    I don't think I tried port 465 previously. I'm not sure what the 'SECURE' property is (I'm working off the SENL v5i1 article), but v1.2.1 seems to take care of this anyway.

    Appreciated - Cheers, M@

    By Anonymous Matt Crozier, At 17 October 2010 at 21:30  

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