[Seaside] sending emails
Ching de la Serna
ching.dls at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 10:11:18 UTC 2008
On Jan 7, 2008 11:56 AM, Tom Phoenix <rootbeer at redcat.com> wrote:
> On Jan 6, 2008 7:23 PM, Ching de la Serna <ching.dls at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I hope you didn't really bother the nice people at mydomain.com. You
> > > did use your own SMTP server, didn't you?
> > Tom, I did send a support ticket in this regard asking for their help in
> > accomplishing what i wanted to do which was to send emails from squeak.
> > wanted to see if I could use their SMTP server since my account included
> > email capability. I assumed that sending emails from squeak would be
> > possible if I could find the mechanism for authenticating a session
> using my
> > account with their servers.
> So, does that mean that you have some preexisting relationship with
> them, and so mydomain.com wasn't being used as a placeholder, like
> example.com? At least, I hope your password isn't "passWord"!
Yes, I have a pre-existing relationship with them. No, "mydomain.com" is
just a placeholder like "example.com". my actual domain name, paid for by
me, is registered and hosted by those nice people (i did not want to
advertise the actual domain name) and no, the password is not "passWord". I
was under the impression that I had some kind of rights to use the mail
server for sending mails from squeak and not just using webmail or outlook
express (manually emailing)
> > Googling '503 AUTH command used when not advertised', I gathered that
> > certain steps needed to be be accomplished which included issuing the
> > command before the AUTH command. I was wondering if anyone had any
> > experience with this at all.
> Sure; lots of folks. They hang out in forums whose topic is "SMTP", or
> something similar. Although some SMTP experts may also be found on the
> Seaside list, they'll give you better answers faster in their own
You're right there, Tom. I did find a lot of discussion regarding this
particular topic but largely these discussions are specific to some mail
servers they are using. I did find the RFC document that mentions the 503
AUTH error and it was a very general document. I was looking for something
relating to Squeak and seaside because I am sure many Squeakers/Seasiders
have successfully implemented emailing out from Squeak. I would like to know
if anyone has been where I am now and would appreciate their input.
> --Tom Phoenix
> seaside mailing list
> seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
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