Thanks Angus and DZ-Jay also! Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: >> I'm a little bit at a loss at the moment. I have the following log >> when trying to open a connection to an SMTP server: >> >> <-220 relay.infotn.it - Server ESMTP (Sun Java System Messaging >> Server 6.2-6.01 (built Apr 3 2006)) >> ->SMTP session connected, error #0 >> ->EHLO GPS_Plus >> <-250-relay.infotn.it >> <-250-8BITMIME >> <-250-PIPELINING >> <-250-DSN >> <-250-ENHANCEDSTATUSCODES >> <-250-HELP >> <-250-XLOOP 887A9C2E9DC36F355DA1AF23F4FAA02 >> <-250-ETRN >> <-250-N0-SOLICITING >> <-250 SIZE 0 >> ->AUTH CRAM-MD5 >> <-533 5.7.1 AUTH command is not enabled. >> --FAILED to login. Killing connection. >> (this is what I print as a message) >> >> --500 Authentication Type could not be determined. >> (this is the error message of TSmtpCli) > > You have the component set-up to authenticate to the SMTP server, when > it's impossible. If it was supported, there would be response similar to > the following: > > < 250-AUTH DIGEST-MD5 CRAM-MD5 PLAIN LOGIN > > You need to set AuthType := smtpAuthAutoSelect (or smtpAuthNone).
Depending on if the user supplies a password or not I set it to one of these values. It was on smtpAuthAutoSelect, which seems to trigger the "->AUTH CRAM-MD5" request. So is this a bug of TSmtpCli? Should it send an AUTH request, if the command is not on the list? What is the default in this case? Veit -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://lists.elists.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be