Success with Sending email without a SMTP Server!!!!

Dan Shafer revdan at danshafer.com
Sun Jan 30 18:22:36 EST 2005


Andre....

This seems to work just great. I think it will solve part of my problem.

The other part is the reason I didn't use revMail -- I need to be able 
to send a file attachment OR I need to be able to send HTML formatted 
email. As far as I can tell, revMail doesn't support either of these 
options but I'm going to dig into the revMail scripts to see if they 
can be tweaked to send HTMl formatted email.

Even if that doesn't work, though, I have other applications for your 
wonderful script.

Thanks.

You da man.

Dan
On Jan 30, 2005, at 2:47 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:

> On 1/30/05 4:39 PM, David Vaughan wrote:
>
>> On 31/01/2005, at 9:13, Andre Garzia <soapdog at mac.com> wrote:
>> <snip>
>>> Well folks the stack is available under my username "soapdog" at 
>>> revOnline or thru http://www.soapdog.org/rev/smtpraw.rev   sorry I 
>>> put a space in the file name....
>> Andre,
>> I tested sending to a .mac address and got this error in the log:
>> "Server was offended by our HELO message"
>> I am behind a corporate firewall at the moment and suspecting it 
>> might have interfered. Does this seem likely?
>
> I just sent Andre a test message, and he is at a .mac address so it 
> does seem to work. I had to try several times before the script would 
> get the mx record but then it went through okay.
>
> It's pretty cool. I think it would be suitable for embedding into my 
> own software for users to send me feedback. I'd probably hide or 
> disguise my email address in a password-protected stack so the user 
> can't pass it around. Otherwise it seems fairly safe to me. The down 
> side is that possibly not all servers will work with it; we'd need 
> more testing to know.
>
> -- 
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> HyperActive Software           |     http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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