[Seaside] Emailing out
rhawley at plymouth.ac.uk
Sun Oct 14 18:06:36 UTC 2007
Are you saying that it is policy of seasidehosting not to allow email
authentication? They do not state it as such on their site. Authentication
is a fairly basic server-side necessity and it is difficult to do much worth
doing with seaside without having some way of identifying users.
From: Randal L. Schwartz [merlyn at stonehenge.com]
Sent: 14 October 2007 17:09
To: Robert Hawley
Cc: seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
Subject: Re: [Seaside] Emailing out
>>>>> "Robert" == Robert Hawley <rhawley at plymouth.ac.uk> writes:
Robert> Using www.seasidehosting.st - how do I send out emails for
Robert> authenticating users from seaside? It works fine on my own machine
Robert> smpting via my ISP but it blocks relayed emails when I run it on
I'm kinda happy that a free hosting site doesn't let you send arbitrary
Otherwise, it would quickly become a spam source, which would in turn get it
shut down or at least RBLed right away as a spam source.
Spam sucks. It has ruined the path that got us here, in ways that make it
difficult to move forward.
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