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I'm using NET::SMTP to send a mail with a zip attach to it ( MIME::Lite ).
The problem is that when i'm sending my mails it's going through the mail server as a guest, but now i need to put a username, password and name server if i want to send mails, but i can't find a way of doing it, could you help me ??

Exemple :
$msg = MIME::Lite->new( From =>"Me", To =>'Someone', Subject =>'Zip Files', Type =>'Application/zip', Encoding =>'base64', Path =>'' ); $str = $msg->as_string; #$smtp = Net::SMTP->new("mailhost"); $smtp->mail($ENV{USERNAME}); $smtp->to(; $smtp->data(); $smtp->datasend($str); $smtp->dataend(); $smtp->quit;

I hope i'm clear enough.

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