DZ-Jay wrote:

> I think we are agreeing there

Yes, completely. 
> I agree.  So perhaps the best solution for Veit's problem is to not
> use the "highest-level" method (the one that connects, authenticates
> and does all at once), so that he has time to not set the password (if
> that's what he wants to do); or else just fail the connection (as is
> happening) and let the user know that authentication is not supported.

Agreed again :-) Those "highest-level" methods can be used to quickly
drop a standard E-Mail. They provide simple methods for those users not
willing to care much about the SMTP-stuff.
If you need to handle special cases the non-high-level functions should
be used instead.

Arno Garrels

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