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Re: Mail Authentication


From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: Mail Authentication
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2003 10:00:52 -0700
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address@hidden wrote:

At 16:44 (UTC-0700) on Thu, 18 Dec 2003 Kevin Rodgers said:
= address@hidden wrote:
= > = in my .emacs, it isn't regularly producing the trace. It has done it = > = twice over the past couple of weeks, it seems only for the first time = > = after emacs is loaded. Do I have to exit and then (re)start emacs each = > = time I want the trace output? = = The entire SMTP dialog is recorded in the *trace of SMTP session to ...*
= buffer.  But you have to explicitly select it with `C-x b' right after
= you send your message in order to see its contents.

Right.  In the *Buffer List*.  And that's where it's not showing up.  I
even do (setq smtpmail-debug-info t) in *scratch, send the mail, then do
C-x b, and there's still no session info.

Well, that is the name of the buffer created by smtpmail-via-smtp, which is

called by smtpmail-send-it and by smtpmail-send-queued-mail (as long as the
message has a non-empty list of recipients):

          ;; get or create the trace buffer
          (setq process-buffer
                (get-buffer-create (format "*trace of SMTP session to %s*" 
host)))


Try setting mail-interactive to t, then send a message, then check the

" smtpmail errors" buffer (note the leading space, which you'll have to
quote with `C-q' in response to `C-x b's prompt.)

--
Kevin Rodgers



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