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Fri, 26 Apr 2002 22:51:42 +0200 (CEST)
Yes, it looks alright. Except possible to `else' clause, isn't it OK to
warn about if no supported mechanism was supported? I'm not sure just
ignoring it is OK. Well, the server would reject the submission saying
that no authentication was performed, but the user would be somewhat
surprised since she did supply credentials, but the real problems was that
smtpmail.el didn't support the SASL mechanism offered by the server.
On 26 Apr 2002, Sam Steingold wrote:
> Your recent patches to smtpmail.el broke it for me.
> In `smtpmail-try-auth-methods', the `supported-extensions' does not
> have 'auth, so `mechs' is nil, `mech' is nil, and I am asked for a
> (useless!) password before getting
> (error "Mechanism %s not implemented" nil)
> For now, I just use the appended patch.
> Is it okay to check it in?
- smtpmail.el, Sam Steingold, 2002/04/26
- Re: smtpmail.el,
Simon Josefsson <=