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RE: An SMTP server in Perl

by gaggio (Friar)
on Jul 31, 2000 at 00:56 UTC ( #25178=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to An SMTP server in Perl

I'm sorry my post did not make it to The Monastery Gates, but you can find it right there. It is about Ultimail.pm, a module I wrote to send emails without your ISP's mailserver.

Ultimail.pm is *not* similar to this SMTP daemon, since you actually use this daemon as a SMTP server, whereas you use Ultimail.pm as a replacement of Mail::Sender (for example), when you do not want to have to specify a mailserver to forward your email (Ultimail.pm talks directly to the target SMTP server).

I must say that there exist already a module called Net::SMTP (click a second time to search on CPAN), which is supposed to work the same way as the daemon presented here (although everytime I tried to use Net::SMTP on Win32 it failed (program hanged - doing nothing) - and I see that somebody got this daemon to work under Win32).


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