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Re^2: add to MIME::Lite support for smtp tls on port 587

by swilting (Beadle)
on Sep 14, 2010 at 12:35 UTC ( #860099=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: add to MIME::Lite support for smtp tls on port 587
in thread add to MIME::Lite support for smtp tls on port 587

when I indicate Port => 587 in the constructor. the mail is sent through the port 25 when the same

i modified the patch .I can reproduce the error. I integrated the new lib in perlwebmail of jaos, and mail out each time with port 25

[root@r13151 ~]# diff -r /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8/MIME/Lite.pm + MIME-Lite-3.027/lib/MIME/Lite.pm 347c347 < $VERSION = '3.025'; --- > $VERSION = '3.027'; 407d406 < tls => [], 440c439 < if ( !$PARANOID and eval "require MIME::Types; MIME::Types->VERSION( +1.004);" ) { --- > if ( !$PARANOID and eval "require MIME::Types; MIME::Types->VERSION( +1.28);" ) { 2569,2570c2568 < } < if (@_) { ### no args; use defaults --- > } else { ### no args; use defaults 2573,2575d2570 < } else { < $method = 'send_by_smtp_' . $meth; < @args = @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} || [] }; 2844,2902d2838 < sub send_by_smtp_tls { < require Net::SMTP::TLS; < my ($self,$hostname,%args) = @_; < # We may need the "From:" and "To:" headers to pass to the < # SMTP mailer also. < $self->{last_send_successful}=0; < < my @hdr_to = extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('To') ); < if ($AUTO_CC) { < foreach my $field (qw(Cc Bcc)) { < push @hdr_to, extract_only_addrs($_) for $self->get($fie +ld); < } < } < Carp::croak "send_by_smtp: nobody to send to for host '$hostname'? +!\n" < unless @hdr_to; < < $args{To} ||= \@hdr_to; < $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('Return-Pa +th') ); < $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('From') ) +; < < # Create SMTP client. < # MIME::Lite::SMTP is just a wrapper giving a print method < # to the SMTP object. < < my %opts = __opts(\%args, @_net_smtp_opts); < my $smtp = MIME::Lite::SMTP::TLS->new( $hostname, %opts ) < or Carp::croak "SMTP Failed to connect to mail server: $!\n"; < < # Send the mail command < %opts = __opts( \%args, @_mail_opts); < $smtp->mail( $args{From}, %opts ? \%opts : () ) < or die "SMTP mail() command failed: $!\n" < . $smtp->message . "\n"; < < # Send the recipients command < %opts = __opts( \%args, @_recip_opts); < $smtp->to( @{ $args{To} }, %opts ? \%opts : () ) < or die "SMTP recipient() command failed: $!\n" < . $smtp->message . "\n"; < < # Send the data < $smtp->data < or die "SMTP data() command failed: $!\n" < . $smtp->message . "\n"; < $self->datasend( eval {print_for_smtp($smtp)}); < < # Finish the mail < $smtp->dataend() < or Carp::croak "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATAEND command failed.\n +" < . "Last server message was:" < . $smtp->message < . "This probably represents a problem with newline encoding "; < < # terminate the session < $smtp->quit; < < return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; < } < 2930a2867 > 2974a2912,2942 > =item send_by_testfile FILENAME > > I<Instance method.> > Print message to a file (namely FILENAME), which will default to > mailer.testfile > If file exists, message will be appended. > > =cut > > sub send_by_testfile { > my $self = shift; > > ### Use the default filename... > my $filename = 'mailer.testfile'; > > if ( @_ == 1 and !ref $_[0] ) { > ### Use the given filename if given... > $filename = shift @_; > Carp::croak "no filename given to send_by_testfile" unless $file +name; > } > > ### Do it: > local *FILE; > open FILE, ">> $filename" or Carp::croak "open $filename: $!\n"; > $self->print( \*FILE ); > close FILE; > my $return = ( ( $? >> 8 ) ? undef: 1 ); > > return $self->{last_send_successful} = $return; > } > 3025d2992 < require Net::SMTP::TLS, 3164,3204d3130 < package MIME::Lite::SMTP::TLS; < < #============================================================ < # This class just adds a print() method to Net::SMTP. < # Notice that we don't use/require it until it's needed! < < use strict; < use vars qw( @ISA ); < @ISA = qw(Net::SMTP::TLS); < < # some of the below is borrowed from Data::Dumper < my %esc = ( "\a" => "\\a", < "\b" => "\\b", < "\t" => "\\t", < "\n" => "\\n", < "\f" => "\\f", < "\r" => "\\r", < "\e" => "\\e", < ); < < sub _hexify { < local $_ = shift; < my @split = m/(.{1,16})/gs; < foreach my $split (@split) { < ( my $txt = $split ) =~ s/([\a\b\t\n\f\r\e])/$esc{$1}/sg; < $split =~ s/(.)/sprintf("%02X ",ord($1))/sge; < print STDERR "M::L >>> $split : $txt\n"; < } < } < < sub print { < my $smtp = shift; < $MIME::Lite::DEBUG and _hexify( join( "", @_ ) ); < $smtp->datasend(@_) < or Carp::croak( "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATASEND command faile +d.\n" < . "Last server message was:" < . $smtp->message < . "This probably represents a problem with new +line encoding " ); < } < #============================================================ < 3717c3643 < Version: 3.01_06 (Dev Test Release) --- > Version: 3.027


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Re^3: add to MIME::Lite support for smtp tls on port 587
by swilting (Beadle) on Sep 14, 2010 at 16:41 UTC

    despite all my efforts, I can not pass the emails through port 587

    Yet in the constructor of the method I said port 587 . this may be a problem with my postfix . all suggestions are welcome to help me

Re^3: add to MIME::Lite support for smtp tls on port 587
by Khen1950fx (Canon) on Sep 14, 2010 at 23:40 UTC
    Port 587 requires authentication. Did you give a username and password under %opts? The example from Net::SMTP::TLS:
    #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Net::SMTP::TLS; my $mailer = new Net::SMTP::TLS( 'your.mail.host', Hello => 'some.host.name', Port => 587, User => 'emailuser', Password=> 'password'); $mailer->mail('emailuser@your.mail.host'); $mailer->to('someonecool@somewhere.else'); $mailer->data; $mailer->datasend("Sent thru TLS!"); $mailer->dataend; $mailer->quit;
    First, note the use of Hello. It's the hostname used in the EHLO command.

    Second, if you are using Postfix, then you'll need to check the config. You might need to specify port 587. For example, find your config and list your transport something like:

    transport=Net::SMTP::TLS user@exmple.com Password 12345 Port 587
    Check the documentation of Postfix for more info.

      First , my config of postfix its ok its perfectly stable . i send mail on port 587 . thank you for your example but I respect the habits of PERL %opts does contain the user name and password . There is an old article about a port problem

      http://prlmnks.org/html/569255.html

      I think I am a victim of problem board and MIME::Lite takes into account the difficulty of the issue of port mail or this it's a httpd probleme was inject directly the mail on the port 25

      i updated my pach for very more compliance i past

      [root@r13151 ~]# diff -u MIME-Lite-3.027/lib/MIME/Lite.pm /usr/lib/pe +rl5/site_perl/5.8.8/MIME/Lite.pm --- MIME-Lite-3.027/lib/MIME/Lite.pm 2009-10-10 04:04:04.000000000 ++0200 +++ /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/MIME/Lite.pm 2010-09-15 18:47:00.00 +0000000 +0200 @@ -404,6 +404,8 @@ sendmail => [$SENDMAIL ? "$SENDMAIL -t -oi -oem" : undef], smtp => [], sub => [], + tls => [], + ssl => [], ); ### Boundary counter: @@ -2565,22 +2567,28 @@ if (@_) { ### args; use them just this once $method = 'send_by_' . $meth; @args = @_; - } else { ### no args; use defaults + } elsif (@_) { ### no args; use defaults $method = "send_by_$Sender"; @args = @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} || [] }; - } - $self->verify_data if $AUTO_VERIFY; ### prevents missing p +arts! - Carp::croak "Unknown send method '$meth'" unless $self->can($ +method); - return $self->$method(@args); - } else { ### class method: - if (@_) { + } elsif (@_) { my @old = ( $Sender, @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} } ); $Sender = $meth; $SenderArgs{$Sender} = [@_]; ### remaining args return @old; - } else { + } elsif (@_) { + $method = "send_by_$Sender"; + @args = @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} || [] }; + } elsif (@_) { + $method = "send_by_$Sender"; + @args = @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} || [] }; + + + $self->verify_data if $AUTO_VERIFY; ### prevents missing p +arts! + Carp::croak "Unknown send method '$meth'" unless $self->can($ +method); + return $self->$method(@args); + } else { Carp::croak "class method send must have HOW... arguments +\n"; - } + } } } @@ -2908,6 +2916,150 @@ return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; } +sub send_by_tls { + require Net::SMTP::TLS; + require Net::SMTP_auth; + my ($self,$hostname,%args) = @_; + # We may need the "From:" and "To:" headers to pass to the + # SMTP mailer also. + $self->{last_send_successful}=0; + + my @hdr_to = extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('To') ); + if ($AUTO_CC) { + foreach my $field (qw(Cc Bcc)) { + push @hdr_to, extract_only_addrs($_) for $self->get($fiel +d); + } + } + Carp::croak "send_by_smtp: nobody to send to for host '$hostname'?! +\n" + unless @hdr_to; + + $args{To} ||= \@hdr_to; + $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('Return-Pat +h') ); + $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('From') ) ; + + # Create SMTP client. + # MIME::Lite::SMTP is just a wrapper giving a print method + # to the SMTP object. + + my %opts = __opts(\%args, @_net_smtp_opts); + my $smtp = MIME::Lite::SMTP::TLS->new( $hostname, %opts ) + or Carp::croak "SMTP Failed to connect to mail server: $!\n"; + + # Possibly authenticate + if ( defined $args{AuthUser} and defined $args{AuthPass} + and !$args{NoAuth} ) + { + if ($smtp->supports('AUTH',500,["Command unknown: 'AUTH'"])) +{ + $smtp->auth( $args{AuthUser}, $args{AuthPass} ) + or die "SMTP auth() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + } else { + die "SMTP auth() command not supported on $hostname\n"; + } + } + + # Send the mail command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_mail_opts); + $smtp->mail( $args{From}, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP mail() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + + # Send the recipients command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_recip_opts); + $smtp->recipient( @{ $args{To} }, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP recipient() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + + # Send the data + $smtp->data() + or die "SMTP data() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + $self->print_for_smtp($smtp); + + # Finish the mail + $smtp->dataend() + or Carp::croak "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATAEND command failed.\n" + . "Last server message was:" + . $smtp->message + . "This probably represents a problem with newline encoding "; + + # terminate the session + $smtp->quit; + + return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; +} +sub send_by_ssl { + require Net::SMTP::SSL; + require Net::SMTP_auth; + my ($self,$hostname,%args) = @_; + # We may need the "From:" and "To:" headers to pass to the + # SMTP mailer also. + $self->{last_send_successful}=0; + + my @hdr_to = extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('To') ); + if ($AUTO_CC) { + foreach my $field (qw(Cc Bcc)) { + push @hdr_to, extract_only_addrs($_) for $self->get($fiel +d); + } + } + Carp::croak "send_by_smtp: nobody to send to for host '$hostname'?! +\n" + unless @hdr_to; + + $args{To} ||= \@hdr_to; + $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('Return-Pat +h') ); + $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('From') ) ; + + # Create SMTP client. + # MIME::Lite::SMTP is just a wrapper giving a print method + # to the SMTP object. + + my %opts = __opts(\%args, @_net_smtp_opts); + my $smtp = MIME::Lite::SMTP::SSL->new( $hostname, %opts ) + or Carp::croak "SMTP Failed to connect to mail server: $!\n"; + + # Possibly authenticate + if ( defined $args{AuthUser} and defined $args{AuthPass} + and !$args{NoAuth} ) + { + if ($smtp->supports('AUTH',500,["Command unknown: 'AUTH'"])) +{ + $smtp->auth( $args{AuthUser}, $args{AuthPass} ) + or die "SMTP auth() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + } else { + die "SMTP auth() command not supported on $hostname\n"; + } + } + + # Send the mail command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_mail_opts); + $smtp->mail( $args{From}, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP mail() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + + # Send the recipients command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_recip_opts); + $smtp->recipient( @{ $args{To} }, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP recipient() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + + # Send the data + $smtp->data() + or die "SMTP data() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + $self->print_for_smtp($smtp); + + # Finish the mail + $smtp->dataend() + or Carp::croak "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATAEND command failed.\n" + . "Last server message was:" + . $smtp->message + . "This probably represents a problem with newline encoding "; + + # terminate the session + $smtp->quit; + + return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; +} =item send_by_testfile FILENAME @@ -3125,6 +3277,90 @@ . "This probably represents a problem with newl +ine encoding " ); } +#============================================================ + +package MIME::Lite::SMTP::TLS; + +#============================================================ +# This class just adds a print() method to Net::SMTP. +# Notice that we don't use/require it until it's needed! + +use strict; +use vars qw( @ISA ); +@ISA = qw(Net::SMTP::TLS); + +# some of the below is borrowed from Data::Dumper +my %esc = ( "\a" => "\\a", + "\b" => "\\b", + "\t" => "\\t", + "\n" => "\\n", + "\f" => "\\f", + "\r" => "\\r", + "\e" => "\\e", + ); + +sub _hexify { + local $_ = shift; + my @split = m/(.{1,16})/gs; + foreach my $split (@split) { + ( my $txt = $split ) =~ s/([\a\b\t\n\f\r\e])/$esc{$1}/sg; + $split =~ s/(.)/sprintf("%02X ",ord($1))/sge; + print STDERR "M::L >>> $split : $txt\n"; + } +} + +sub print { + my $smtp = shift; + $MIME::Lite::DEBUG and _hexify( join( "", @_ ) ); + $smtp->datasend(@_) + or Carp::croak( "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATASEND command failed +.\n" + . "Last server message was:" + . $smtp->message + . "This probably represents a problem with new +line encoding " ); +} + +#============================================================ + +package MIME::Lite::SMTP::SSL; + +#============================================================ +# This class just adds a print() method to Net::SMTP. +# Notice that we don't use/require it until it's needed! + +use strict; +use vars qw( @ISA ); +@ISA = qw(Net::SMTP::SSL); + +# some of the below is borrowed from Data::Dumper +my %esc = ( "\a" => "\\a", + "\b" => "\\b", + "\t" => "\\t", + "\n" => "\\n", + "\f" => "\\f", + "\r" => "\\r", + "\e" => "\\e", + ); + +sub _hexify { + local $_ = shift; + my @split = m/(.{1,16})/gs; + foreach my $split (@split) { + ( my $txt = $split ) =~ s/([\a\b\t\n\f\r\e])/$esc{$1}/sg; + $split =~ s/(.)/sprintf("%02X ",ord($1))/sge; + print STDERR "M::L >>> $split : $txt\n"; + } +} + +sub print { + my $smtp = shift; + $MIME::Lite::DEBUG and _hexify( join( "", @_ ) ); + $smtp->datasend(@_) + or Carp::croak( "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATASEND command failed +.\n" + . "Last server message was:" + . $smtp->message + . "This probably represents a problem with new +line encoding " ); +} + #============================================================

      at time email no send

      i rewrite the patch more correctly . i cote

      ~]# diff -u MIME-Lite-3.027/lib/MIME/Lite.pm /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl +/5.8.8/MIME/Lite.pm --- MIME-Lite-3.027/lib/MIME/Lite.pm 2009-10-10 04:04:04.000000000 ++0200 +++ /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/MIME/Lite.pm 2010-09-15 18:47:00.00 +0000000 +0200 @@ -404,6 +404,8 @@ sendmail => [$SENDMAIL ? "$SENDMAIL -t -oi -oem" : undef], smtp => [], sub => [], + tls => [], + ssl => [], ); ### Boundary counter: @@ -2565,22 +2567,28 @@ if (@_) { ### args; use them just this once $method = 'send_by_' . $meth; @args = @_; - } else { ### no args; use defaults + } elsif (@_) { ### no args; use defaults $method = "send_by_$Sender"; @args = @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} || [] }; - } - $self->verify_data if $AUTO_VERIFY; ### prevents missing p +arts! - Carp::croak "Unknown send method '$meth'" unless $self->can($ +method); - return $self->$method(@args); - } else { ### class method: - if (@_) { + } elsif (@_) { my @old = ( $Sender, @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} } ); $Sender = $meth; $SenderArgs{$Sender} = [@_]; ### remaining args return @old; - } else { + } elsif (@_) { + $method = "send_by_$Sender"; + @args = @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} || [] }; + } elsif (@_) { + $method = "send_by_$Sender"; + @args = @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} || [] }; + + + $self->verify_data if $AUTO_VERIFY; ### prevents missing p +arts! + Carp::croak "Unknown send method '$meth'" unless $self->can($ +method); + return $self->$method(@args); + } else { Carp::croak "class method send must have HOW... arguments +\n"; - } + } } } @@ -2908,6 +2916,150 @@ return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; } +sub send_by_tls { + require Net::SMTP::TLS; + require Net::SMTP_auth; + my ($self,$hostname,%args) = @_; + # We may need the "From:" and "To:" headers to pass to the + # SMTP mailer also. + $self->{last_send_successful}=0; + + my @hdr_to = extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('To') ); + if ($AUTO_CC) { + foreach my $field (qw(Cc Bcc)) { + push @hdr_to, extract_only_addrs($_) for $self->get($fiel +d); + } + } + Carp::croak "send_by_smtp: nobody to send to for host '$hostname'?! +\n" + unless @hdr_to; + + $args{To} ||= \@hdr_to; + $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('Return-Pat +h') ); + $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('From') ) ; + + # Create SMTP client. + # MIME::Lite::SMTP is just a wrapper giving a print method + # to the SMTP object. + + my %opts = __opts(\%args, @_net_smtp_opts); + my $smtp = MIME::Lite::SMTP::TLS->new( $hostname, %opts ) + or Carp::croak "SMTP Failed to connect to mail server: $!\n"; + + # Possibly authenticate + if ( defined $args{AuthUser} and defined $args{AuthPass} + and !$args{NoAuth} ) + { + if ($smtp->supports('AUTH',500,["Command unknown: 'AUTH'"])) +{ + $smtp->auth( $args{AuthUser}, $args{AuthPass} ) + or die "SMTP auth() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + } else { + die "SMTP auth() command not supported on $hostname\n"; + } + } + + # Send the mail command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_mail_opts); + $smtp->mail( $args{From}, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP mail() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + + # Send the recipients command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_recip_opts); + $smtp->recipient( @{ $args{To} }, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP recipient() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + + # Send the data + $smtp->data() + or die "SMTP data() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + $self->print_for_smtp($smtp); + + # Finish the mail + $smtp->dataend() + or Carp::croak "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATAEND command failed.\n" + . "Last server message was:" + . $smtp->message + . "This probably represents a problem with newline encoding "; + + # terminate the session + $smtp->quit; + + return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; +} +sub send_by_ssl { + require Net::SMTP::SSL; + require Net::SMTP_auth; + my ($self,$hostname,%args) = @_; + # We may need the "From:" and "To:" headers to pass to the + # SMTP mailer also. + $self->{last_send_successful}=0; + + my @hdr_to = extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('To') ); + if ($AUTO_CC) { + foreach my $field (qw(Cc Bcc)) { + push @hdr_to, extract_only_addrs($_) for $self->get($fiel +d); + } + } + Carp::croak "send_by_smtp: nobody to send to for host '$hostname'?! +\n" + unless @hdr_to; + + $args{To} ||= \@hdr_to; + $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('Return-Pat +h') ); + $args{From} ||= extract_only_addrs( scalar $self->get('From') ) ; + + # Create SMTP client. + # MIME::Lite::SMTP is just a wrapper giving a print method + # to the SMTP object. + + my %opts = __opts(\%args, @_net_smtp_opts); + my $smtp = MIME::Lite::SMTP::SSL->new( $hostname, %opts ) + or Carp::croak "SMTP Failed to connect to mail server: $!\n"; + + # Possibly authenticate + if ( defined $args{AuthUser} and defined $args{AuthPass} + and !$args{NoAuth} ) + { + if ($smtp->supports('AUTH',500,["Command unknown: 'AUTH'"])) +{ + $smtp->auth( $args{AuthUser}, $args{AuthPass} ) + or die "SMTP auth() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + } else { + die "SMTP auth() command not supported on $hostname\n"; + } + } + + # Send the mail command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_mail_opts); + $smtp->mail( $args{From}, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP mail() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + + # Send the recipients command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_recip_opts); + $smtp->recipient( @{ $args{To} }, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP recipient() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + + # Send the data + $smtp->data() + or die "SMTP data() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp->message . "\n"; + $self->print_for_smtp($smtp); + + # Finish the mail + $smtp->dataend() + or Carp::croak "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATAEND command failed.\n" + . "Last server message was:" + . $smtp->message + . "This probably represents a problem with newline encoding "; + + # terminate the session + $smtp->quit; + + return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; +} =item send_by_testfile FILENAME @@ -3125,6 +3277,90 @@ . "This probably represents a problem with newl +ine encoding " ); } +#============================================================ + +package MIME::Lite::SMTP::TLS; + +#============================================================ +# This class just adds a print() method to Net::SMTP. +# Notice that we don't use/require it until it's needed! + +use strict; +use vars qw( @ISA ); +@ISA = qw(Net::SMTP::TLS); + +# some of the below is borrowed from Data::Dumper +my %esc = ( "\a" => "\\a", + "\b" => "\\b", + "\t" => "\\t", + "\n" => "\\n", + "\f" => "\\f", + "\r" => "\\r", + "\e" => "\\e", + ); + +sub _hexify { + local $_ = shift; + my @split = m/(.{1,16})/gs; + foreach my $split (@split) { + ( my $txt = $split ) =~ s/([\a\b\t\n\f\r\e])/$esc{$1}/sg; + $split =~ s/(.)/sprintf("%02X ",ord($1))/sge; + print STDERR "M::L >>> $split : $txt\n"; + } +} + +sub print { + my $smtp = shift; + $MIME::Lite::DEBUG and _hexify( join( "", @_ ) ); + $smtp->datasend(@_) + or Carp::croak( "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATASEND command failed +.\n" + . "Last server message was:" + . $smtp->message + . "This probably represents a problem with new +line encoding " ); +} + +#============================================================ + +package MIME::Lite::SMTP::SSL; + +#============================================================ +# This class just adds a print() method to Net::SMTP. +# Notice that we don't use/require it until it's needed! + +use strict; +use vars qw( @ISA ); +@ISA = qw(Net::SMTP::SSL); + +# some of the below is borrowed from Data::Dumper +my %esc = ( "\a" => "\\a", + "\b" => "\\b", + "\t" => "\\t", + "\n" => "\\n", + "\f" => "\\f", + "\r" => "\\r", + "\e" => "\\e", + ); + +sub _hexify { + local $_ = shift; + my @split = m/(.{1,16})/gs; + foreach my $split (@split) { + ( my $txt = $split ) =~ s/([\a\b\t\n\f\r\e])/$esc{$1}/sg; + $split =~ s/(.)/sprintf("%02X ",ord($1))/sge; + print STDERR "M::L >>> $split : $txt\n"; + } +} + +sub print { + my $smtp = shift; + $MIME::Lite::DEBUG and _hexify( join( "", @_ ) ); + $smtp->datasend(@_) + or Carp::croak( "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATASEND command failed +.\n" + . "Last server message was:" + . $smtp->message + . "This probably represents a problem with new +line encoding " ); +} + #============================================================

      and now the emails do not go out anymore, not even by the port 25 port 587

      need advice more recommended

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