On Mon, Sep 08, 2003 at 02:05:15PM -0400 or thereabouts, Doug Lee wrote: > These are the lines that look potentially relevant from my .muttrc: > > set edit_hdrs # let me edit the message header when composing <snip>
Okay, thanks. > > > So I see it as a three-pronged problem: (1) WebShield refuses From: > > > lines containing "AUTH=<>", and WebShield just went into effect at the > > > destination site; (2) my SMTP installation probably sometimes sends > > > the "AUTH=<>" line because I started configuring that a while back > > > (months ago); and (3) Mutt and somehow ONLY Mutt triggers the sending > > > of the "AUTH=<>" on From: lines. > > > > why is your auth sending a null value? Webshield could be hanging on this, > > My first question exactly. :-) Here is what I am thinking... 1. You mentioned you can send via other MUAs, pine, etc, so I am inclined to think that your SMTP auth is set up properly in Sendmail... 2. Given this, I still think it could be a Mutt problem.. I think you are getting a null Auth return because Mutt is not sending your password in order to auth the SMTP transaction, and it is getting bounced. Unfortunately, I do not know how to do this for SMTP in mutt, but only for IMAPS. Perhaps the Mutt list can help.. the only other thing I can think of, to rule out Sendmail as a cause, is to log the entire SMTP transaction, say using Pine and Mutt with your problem server. Good luck... -- Gary _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"