Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-14 Thread Nicolas Georgakopoulos
Chris Withers wrote: Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: I will try VerboseSecurity for a last chance ... if it doesn't work I will install the lates Zope release. No, you haven't anyway taken me through, step by step, what you've done to get where you are... What release of Zope are you

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-14 Thread Jens Vagelpohl
On 14 Oct 2005, at 10:41, Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: Sorry for the delay Chris but I read some where that VerboseSecurity is made only for Zope 2.7 and some users recommend not to install that product because it changes the security policies of zope with the authors ...

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-14 Thread Jens Vagelpohl
On 14 Oct 2005, at 11:02, Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: VerboseSecurity is *integrated* into Zope after 2.8, you don't install it separately. You enable it in zope.conf, see the verbose- security option. jens Thank's Jens I didn't know that. I find it verbose- security option in the

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-14 Thread Chris Withers
Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: FINALLY it work's! I installed VerboseSecurity and repeat the same action'sit just work. Right, well, that's not good news ;-) As Jens pointed out VerboseSecurity shouldn't be installed in 2.8, which I only just found out... The fact that it makes

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-14 Thread Nicolas Georgakopoulos
Chris Withers wrote: Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: FINALLY it work's! I installed VerboseSecurity and repeat the same action'sit just work. Right, well, that's not good news ;-) As Jens pointed out VerboseSecurity shouldn't be installed in 2.8, which I only just found out...

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-14 Thread Chris Withers
Hi Nicolas, Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: thank you for your support ! Right, I'm not gonna get to do a new release as soon as I'd like since there are a few more issues I want to solve. However, as the one you found is a bit of a showstopper as far as using MailTemplates to send

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-13 Thread David Convent
Python scripts are run in a restricted environment, move your code to either an external method or a python zope product built on the filesystem Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: Trying to execute the following code from a python script from smtplib import SMTP from email.MIMEText import

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-13 Thread Chris Withers
Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: Trying to execute the following code from a python script from smtplib import SMTP from email.MIMEText import MIMEText I get a error: *Error Type: ImportError* *Error Value: import of SMTP from smtplib is unauthorized. You are not allowed to access 'SMTP' in

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-13 Thread Nicolas Georgakopoulos
David Convent wrote: Python scripts are run in a restricted environment, move your code to either an external method or a python zope product built on the filesystem How can I move the code to another python zope product ? ___ Zope maillist -

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-13 Thread Chris Withers
Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: I will try VerboseSecurity for a last chance ... if it doesn't work I will install the lates Zope release. No, you haven't anyway taken me through, step by step, what you've done to get where you are... What release of Zope are you using? Chris -- Simplistix

Re: [Zope] error trying to import smtplib (unauthorized)

2005-10-13 Thread Nicolas Georgakopoulos
Chris Withers wrote: Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: I will try VerboseSecurity for a last chance ... if it doesn't work I will install the lates Zope release. No, you haven't anyway taken me through, step by step, what you've done to get where you are... What release of Zope are you