> On Jul 11, 2018, at 3:28 AM, Michael Keuter <li...@mksolutions.info> wrote:
>> Am 11.07.2018 um 07:14 schrieb Cody Alderson <aldersona...@gmail.com>:
>> Hi,
>> I changed my Gmail password and updated it using the Network tab and 
>> Outbound SMTP Mail Relay in Astlinux. I did not change anything else in 
>> Astlinux except the updating to the correct password, saving the settings 
>> and rebooting.
>> These are my settings. For purposes of this email, I put "nothing entered in 
>> this field" where the field is blank, and I only explain what is in the 
>> username/password fields for security reasons.
>> SMTP Server: smtp.gmail.com
>> SMTP Domain: nothing entered in this field
>> SMTP Authentication: login
>> SMTP Port: 465
>> SMTP Encryption: SSL/SMTP – Ignore Cert
>> SMTP Cert File: nothing entered in this field
>> SMTP Username: my full gmail email address
>> SMTP Password: my password
>> When I press Test SMTP Mail Relay and then Send Test Email, I get "invalid 
>> email address."
>> Any suggestions as to the cause? Could it have anything to do with Gmail's 
>> "access to less secure apps" setting?
>> Thank you,
>> Cody
> Hi Cody,
> try using in your user.conf:
> SMTP_FROM="your-gmail-address"
> also:
> SMTP Domain: gmail.com
> You could also try TLS on port 587 (and check the cert).
> Yes, I guess the "access to less secure apps" setting may need to be enabled.
> https://www.lifewire.com/what-are-the-gmail-smtp-settings-1170854
> Michael

Here is another reference, look for "Gmail SMTP server"

My hunch is for "SMTP Username" you are using your full foo...@gmail.com 
address, but it only wants "foobar"


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