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i re add my patch correct if the blow

~]$ diff -u Desktop/MIME-Lite-3.027/lib/MIME/Lite.pm /usr/lib/perl5/s +ite_perl/5.8.8/MIME/Lite.pm --- Desktop/MIME-Lite-3.027/lib/MIME/Lite.pm 2009-10-10 04:04:04.00 +0000000 +0200 +++ /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/MIME/Lite.pm 2010-09-16 20:11:16.00 +0000000 +0200 @@ -404,6 +404,8 @@ sendmail => [$SENDMAIL ? "$SENDMAIL -t -oi -oem" : undef], smtp => [], sub => [], + tls => [], + ssl => [], ); ### Boundary counter: @@ -2562,25 +2564,23 @@ if ( ref($self) ) { ### instance method: my ( $method, @args ); - if (@_) { ### args; use them just this once - $method = 'send_by_' . $meth; + if (@_) { ### no args; use defaults + $method = 'send_by_'.$meth; @args = @_; - } else { ### no args; use defaults + } elsif (@_) { + my @old = ( $Sender, @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} } ); + $Sender = $meth; + $SenderArgs{$Sender} = [@_]; ### remaining args + return @old; + } 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 { ### class method: - if (@_) { - my @old = ( $Sender, @{ $SenderArgs{$Sender} } ); - $Sender = $meth; - $SenderArgs{$Sender} = [@_]; ### remaining args - return @old; - } else { + } else { Carp::croak "class method send must have HOW... arguments +\n"; - } } } @@ -2829,7 +2829,7 @@ my @_mail_opts = qw( Size Return Bits Transaction Envelope ); my @_recip_opts = qw( SkipBad ); my @_net_smtp_opts = qw( Hello LocalAddr LocalPort Timeout - Port ExactAddresses Debug ); + Port User Password ExactAddresses Debug ); # internal: qw( NoAuth AuthUser AuthPass To From Host); sub __opts { @@ -2872,7 +2872,7 @@ if ($smtp->supports('AUTH',500,["Command unknown: 'AUTH'"])) +{ $smtp->auth( $args{AuthUser}, $args{AuthPass} ) or die "SMTP auth() command failed: $!\n" - . $smtp->message . "\n"; + . $smtp . "\n"; } else { die "SMTP auth() command not supported on $hostname\n"; } @@ -2893,14 +2893,14 @@ # Send the data $smtp->data() or die "SMTP data() command failed: $!\n" - . $smtp->message . "\n"; + . $smtp . "\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 + . $smtp . "This probably represents a problem with newline encoding "; # terminate the session @@ -2908,6 +2908,121 @@ return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; } +sub send_by_tls { + require Net::SMTP::TLS; + my ($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 $self->get($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"; + + # Send the mail command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_mail_opts); + $smtp->mail( $args{From}, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP mail() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp . "\n"; + + # Send the recipients command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_recip_opts); + $smtp->to( @{ $args{To} }, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP recipient() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp . "\n"; + + # Send the data + $smtp->data() + or die "SMTP data() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp . "\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 . "This probably represents a problem with newline enco +ding "; + + # terminate the session + $smtp->quit; + + return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; +} +sub send_by_ssl { + require Net::SMTP::SSL; + my ($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"; + + + # Send the mail command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_mail_opts); + $smtp->mail( $args{From}, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP mail() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp . "\n"; + + # Send the recipients command + %opts = __opts( \%args, @_recip_opts); + $smtp->to( @{ $args{To} }, %opts ? \%opts : () ) + or die "SMTP recipient() command failed: $!\n" + . $smtp . "\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 . "This probably represents a problem with newline enco +ding "; + + # terminate the session + $smtp->quit; + + return $self->{last_send_successful} = 1; +} =item send_by_testfile FILENAME @@ -3121,10 +3236,92 @@ $smtp->datasend(@_) or Carp::croak( "Net::CMD (Net::SMTP) DATASEND command failed +.\n" . "Last server message was:" - . $smtp->message + . $smtp . "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_tls = ( "\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_tls{$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 . "This probably represents a problem w +ith newline 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_ssl = ( "\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_ssl{$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 . "This probably represents a problem w +ith newline encoding " ); +} + #============================================================

I find myself with an error during authentication SASL LOGIN an error that I can not explain. I use perl correctly . my exemple to not work authentifications is

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use Getopt::Long; use MIME::Lite; use strict; use warnings; my $cc; my $bcc; my $msg; GetOptions( 'cc=s' => \$cc, 'bcc=s' => \$bcc, ); my( $from, $to, $subject ) = @ARGV; $msg = MIME::Lite->new ( From => $from, To => $to, Subject => $subject ); $msg->send('tls','mail.fakessh.eu', Hello => 'mail.fakessh.eu', Port => "587", User => "fakessh\@fakessh.eu" , Password => "***************" , Debug => 4 );

thanks for more return


In reply to add to MIME::Lite support for smtp tls and ssl on port 587 465 by swilting
in thread add to MIME::Lite support for smtp tls on port 587 by swilting

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