Thanks Maxim.

I have disabled my Antivirus (1), I disabled Windows Firewall (2) and disabled 
both (3) and in all 3 cases 
a telnet command: telnet 181.XXX.XXX.XXX 5080 delivers the following response:

"Connecting to 181.XXX.XXX.XXX... Connection to the host could not be opened in 
port 5080: Connection error 
(my free translation from the Spanish version).

I'll Google this error to see what I can do.  Thanks.



Richard 
 


--------------------------------------------
On Sat, 5/8/17, Maxim Solodovnik <solomax...@gmail.com> wrote:

 Subject: Re: help configuration smtp server
 To: "Openmeetings user-list" <user@openmeetings.apache.org>, "Richard Pérez" 
<traductorchi...@yahoo.co.uk>
 Date: Saturday, 5 August, 2017, 11:23
 
 Congrats :)
 
 to address ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT you
 have to check port 5080 on
 your machine is accessible outside your
 computer (not being
 firewalled)
 
 On Sat, Aug 5, 2017 at 3:56 AM, Richard
 Pérez
 <traductorchi...@yahoo.co.uk>
 wrote:
 > Finally I was able to send
 emails.
 >
 > Thanks tharrk, the main problem
 was the port, I have to use port: 587
 > I also have to disable my
 antivirus while sending an email and leaving the settings in
 my Gmail account as:
 > Settings > Accounts and Import
 > Change account settings > Other Google Account
 settings > Sign-in & security > Connected apps
 & sites > Allow less secure apps: ON
 > Apparently I don't need Gsuite
 although it still is in trial mode for another 4 days; I'll
 see in 4 days.
 > With this both a Hotmail and a
 yahoo account have received invitations from inside a room.
 >
 > I still have the problem though,
 that the links in the invitations don't work neither
 clicking on the link or coping and pasting in the browsers
 (both IE and Chrome).  I have a dynamic IP and I've
 tried with the IP I had some days ago and also the IP I had
 today.
 > I get: ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT
 >
 > I'll have to keep on trying, but
 any suggestion would be much appreciated.
 >
 >
 >
 > Richard
 >
 >
 --------------------------------------------
 > On Tue, 1/8/17,  <thar...@tharrrk.net>
 wrote:
 >
 >  Subject: Re: help
 configuration smtp server
 >  To: "Richard Pérez" <traductorchi...@yahoo.co.uk>,
 user@openmeetings.apache.org
 >  Date: Tuesday, 1 August,
 2017, 18:51
 >
 >  Hello Richard,
 >
 >  I'm on linux here but yes,
 generally if
 >  your screen refreshes on
 windows
 >  OS, you might consider port
 465 open.
 >  You can try with port 466
 which is not
 >  open and see the
 difference.
 >
 >  What I would suggest is to
 try to setup
 >  your account in any email
 client
 >  on that machine (i.e.
 thunderbird,
 >  outlook..) and use the very
 same
 >  credentials with OM. Small
 things
 >  matter - username has to
 include the
 >  @domain etc, sometimes it's
 difficult
 >  to have the settings done
 correctly.
 >
 >  Please follow the gmail
 guides if you
 >  prefer to use their
 service:
 >  https://support.google.com/a/answer/176600https://support.google.com/mail/?p=BadCredentials
 >     (even it's for
 >  IMAP, the same rules apply -
 you may
 >  need to go to
 > 
 https://accounts.google.com/DisplayUnlockCaptcha,
 >  etc.)
 >
 >  You may also try to use port
 587 and
 >  set
 mail.smtp.starttls.enable = 1
 >  See https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/openmeetings-user/UY_P0tQoWGI
 >  and
 >  
 >http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/incubator-openmeetings-user/201203.mbox/%3cceaa10b3be8add43885aa9632d5820da1cc08...@adc.in.autorobinc.com%3E
 >
 >
 >  I'm just a common user
 trying to help
 >  ;) Wish you the very best
 luck and
 >  hope you will be happy with
 OM!
 >
 >  PS: I just tried to use
 gsmtp with
 >  openssl s_client -connect
 >  smtp.gmail.com:465 and
 realized I could
 >  not authorize with AUTH
 LOGIN.
 >  Maybe google decided to only
 allow
 >  OAuth (and I don't know if
 that is
 >  supported in OM). I would
 personally
 >  launch an SMTP server
 locally but
 >  that's another story and
 another lot of
 >  things to take care of...
 >
 >  Tharrrk
 >
 >  On 1.8.2017 20:59, Richard
 Pérez
 >  wrote:
 >  > Hello Tharrrk:
 >  >
 >  > Thanks for your
 suggestion.
 >  > I'm doing this on my
 desktop
 >  computer, with Win10 where I
 have OM installed (I have a
 >  laptop with WinXP to test as
 an attendee but haven't tried
 >  telnet there yet).
 >  >
 >  > I opened a cmd window
 and tested:
 >  > telnet smtp.gmail.com
 465
 >  >
 >  > When I click enter it
 activates,
 >  and I could distinguish the
 word "connecting" coming up
 >  before the whole window went
 blank (or black if you prefer)
 >  with no text in it.  In
 my case my escape character is
 >  "q", with which I recover
 the usual cmd prompt.
 >  >
 >  > I tried first with:
 $telnet
 >  smtp.gmail.com 465
 >  > but it does not
 recognise the
 >  character "$".
 >  >
 >  > After clicking Enter
 "connecting"
 >  went by very fast before
 going blank, so maybe there was
 >  something more written there
 like:
 >  >   Trying
 74.125.133.109...
 >  >   Connected to
 > 
 gmail-smtp-msa.l.google.com.
 >  >
 >  > but I can't be sure.
 >  > Can I consider 465 is
 >  enabled?  Maybe the
 checking behaviour is a bit
 >  different on Windows 10?
 >  >
 >  > Anything else I can
 do?
 >  >
 >  >
 >  > Richard
 >  >
 >  >
 >  >
 > 
 --------------------------------------------
 >  > On Tue, 1/8/17, 
 <thar...@tharrrk.net>
 >  wrote:
 >  >
 >  >   Subject: Re:
 help
 >  configuration smtp server
 >  >   To: user@openmeetings.apache.org,
 >  "Richard Pérez" <traductorchi...@yahoo.co.uk>
 >  >   Date: Tuesday, 1
 August,
 >  2017, 15:16
 >  >
 >  >   Dear Richard,
 >  >
 >  >   telnet should be
 run on the
 >  machine where OM is
 >  >   running and
 provided
 >  >   with the gmail
 smtp
 >  >   server as
 parameter along
 >  with the smtps port - i.e.
 >  >   telnet
 smtp.gmail.com 465
 >  >   You
 >  >   should see a
 message like
 >  Connected to ... if it
 succeeded.
 >  >   This
 >  >   depends on OS
 you're
 >  using:
 >  >
 >  >   $telnet
 smtp.gmail.com 465
 >  >   Trying
 74.125.133.109...
 >  >   Connected to
 > 
 gmail-smtp-msa.l.google.com.
 >  >   Escape character
 is '^]'.
 >  >
 >  >   Hope this helps
 >  >
 >  >   Tharrrk
 >  >
 >  >
 >  >   On 1.8.2017
 18:51, Richard
 >  Pérez wrote:
 >  >   > Hello
 Maxim:
 >  >   >
 >  >   > I checked
 “Telnet
 >  Client” in Windows
 >  >   10 Control
 Panel, then
 >  checked telnet was enabled
 and I used
 >  >   the following
 command to
 >  check port 465:
 >  >   >
 >  >   > telnet
 181…myIP….
 >  >   465
 >  >   > and it
 delivered a
 >  blank cmd
 >  >   window. 
 According to
 >  instructions I have seen
 googling
 >  >   that would mean
 port 465 is
 >  not closed.  I suppose
 that
 >  >   means it is not
 >  “Firewalled”.
 >  >   >
 >  >   > After
 sending an
 >  invitation (now instead
 >  >   of
 “localhost:5080” it
 >  says “181…myIP:5080”)
 I
 >  >   still get the
 same
 >  exception:
 >  >   >
 >  >   > ERROR
 08-01
 >  13:29:56.045
 >  >  
 o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:246
 >  [taskExecutor-1] - Error
 while
 >  >   sending message
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 javax.mail.MessagingException: Exception reading response
 >  >   >
 >  >   > And I’m
 still
 >  >   getting:
 >  >   > Caused by:
 >  >
 > 
 java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
 >  >   >
 >  >   > I did
 another test,
 >  >   disconnecting my
 antivirus
 >  for 10 min, and got a
 different
 >  >   exception:
 >  >   >
 >  >   > ERROR
 >  >   08-01
 13:36:35.578
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:246
 >  >   [taskExecutor-2]
 - Error
 >  while sending message
 >  >   >
 > 
 javax.mail.MessagingException: Could not
 >  >   connect to SMTP
 host:
 >  smtp.gmail.com, port: 465,
 response:
 >  >   -1
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 com.sun.mail.smtp.SMTPTransport.openServer(SMTPTransport.java:2106)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 com.sun.mail.smtp.SMTPTransport.protocolConnect(SMTPTransport.java:712)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 javax.mail.Service.connect(Service.java:388)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 javax.mail.Service.connect(Service.java:246)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 javax.mail.Service.connect(Service.java:195)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 javax.mail.Transport.send0(Transport.java:254)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 javax.mail.Transport.send(Transport.java:124)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 org.apache.openmeetings.core.mail.MailHandler$2.run(MailHandler.java:242)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(Unknown
 >  >   Source)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 > 
 java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(Unknown
 >  >   Source)
 >  >   > 
    at
 >  >
 >  java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown
 Source)
 >  >   >
 >  >   DEBUG 08-01
 13:36:53.053
 >  o.a.o.w.c.MainPanel:117
 >  >
 > 
 [http-nio-0.0.0.0-5080-exec-5] - Sending WebSocket PING
 >  >   > DEBUG
 08-01
 >  13:37:10.280
 >  >  
 o.a.o.s.q.s.ReminderJob:44
 >  >
 > 
 [org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean#0_Worker-7]
 >  >   -
 >  ReminderJob.remindMeetings
 >  >   > DEBUG
 >  >   08-01
 13:37:16.752
 >  o.a.o.s.q.s.ReminderJob:44
 >  >
 > 
 [org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean#0_Worker-7]
 >  >   -
 >  ReminderJob.remindMeetings
 >  >   > DEBUG
 >  >   08-01
 13:37:23.155
 >  o.a.o.w.c.MainPanel:117
 >  >
 > 
 [http-nio-0.0.0.0-5080-exec-1] - Sending WebSocket PING
 >  >   > DEBUG
 08-01
 >  13:37:25.291
 >  >  
 o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:277
 >  >
 > 
 [org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean#0_Worker-8]
 >  >   - sendMails
 enter ...
 >  >   > DEBUG
 08-01
 >  >   13:37:25.293
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:279
 >  >
 > 
 [org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean#0_Worker-8]
 >  >   - Number of
 emails in init
 >  queue 1
 >  >   >
 >  >   DEBUG 08-01
 13:37:25.297
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:236
 >  >   [taskExecutor-3]
 - Message
 >  sending in progress
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   Does this
 information help
 >  to understand what's
 >  >   wrong?
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   > Richard
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 --------------------------------------------
 >  >   > On Mon,
 31/7/17, Maxim
 >  Solodovnik <solomax...@gmail.com>
 >  >   wrote:
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 Subject:
 >  >   Re: help
 configuration smtp
 >  server
 >  >   >
 >  >   To:
 "Openmeetings
 >  user-list" <user@openmeetings.apache.org>,
 >  >   "Richard Pérez"
 <traductorchi...@yahoo.co.uk>
 >  >   >  
 Date: Monday,
 >  31 July, 2017, 23:16
 >  >   >
 >  >   >   This
 error:
 >  >   >  
 "Caused by:
 >  >
 > 
 java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read
 >  >   >
 >  >    timed
 out"Often mean
 >  port 465 is
 >  >   >  
 "firewalled".
 >  You can check
 >  >   it using
 >  >   >  
 telnet
 >  >   >
 >  application.base.url in
 >  >   >  
 configuration
 >  should be changed to
 >  >   something
 resolvable from
 >  >   >  
 outside
 >  >   your server for
 ex.
 >  external IP, hostname
 >  >   >  
 etc.
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >   On
 Tue, Aug 1,
 >  >   2017 at 9:21 AM,
 Richard
 >  Pérez <traductorchi...@yahoo.co.uk>
 >  >   >  
 wrote:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   Hello Coscend:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >   >
 Thanks for
 >  your answer.
 >  >   >   >
 Let me see
 >  if I understand.
 >  >   >   >
 If one of
 >  my attendees receives
 >  >   this link:
 >  >
 > 
 http://localhost:5080/openmeetings/hash?invitation=.....
 >  >   >   >
 He can
 >  only enter the room using
 >  >   my computer?
 >  >   >   >
 I suppose
 >  the same
 >  >   goes if I put my
 IP address
 >  instead
 >  >   >
 >  >   of "localhost".
 >  Right?
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >   >
 I must say
 >  that link was
 >  >   created by my
 installed OM,
 >  in
 >  >   >   the
 >  >   room, with the
 form to send
 >  an invitation.
 >  >   >   >
 If I can't
 >  use
 >  >   "localhost" in
 an
 >  >   >
 >  >   invitation why
 does OM
 >  create that link instead of
 >  >   something
 >  >   >  
 else.  I
 >  can't edit
 >  >   that link on the
 frontend.
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >   >
 My current
 >  install has the
 >  >   following in
 config:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   smtp_server
 >
 >  smtp.gmail.com
 >  >   >   >
 smtp_port
 >  >
 >  465
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >  
 system_email_addr
 >         
      myem...@mywebsite.com
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  email_username   
       myem...@mywebsite.com
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  email_userpass   
       my
 >  >   password for
 GSuite
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 > 
 mail.smtp.starttls.enable       1
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  application.base.url
 >    http://localhost:5080/openmeetings/
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >   >
 I
 >  >   have noticed
 that when I
 >  change the
 >  >   >
 >  >  
 "system_email_addr" in the
 >  Admin> Config,
 >  >   the
 >  >   >  
 following log
 >  line does not
 >  >   change, it still
 shows the
 >  email
 >  >   >   I
 >  >   used as the
 "user" email
 >  when I installed OM (myem...@mywebsite.com).
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >   >
 DEBUG
 >  >   07-30
 20:11:03.136
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:205
 >  >   >
 >  [taskExecutor-1] -
 setReplyTo (email
 >  >   used to register
 when
 >  >   >  
 installing
 >  >   OM)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   > Is it
 possible my
 >  Admin >config is being
 >  >   overridden
 >  >   >   by
 my install
 >  info, and I
 >  >   should
 re-install OM with
 >  some
 >  >   >  
 other
 >  >   info.
 >  >   >   >
 Any idea
 >  what info?
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   Thanks,
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   > Richard
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 > 
 --------------------------------------------
 >  >   >   >
 On Mon,
 >  31/7/17, Coscend@OM
 >  >   >  
 <om.insig...@coscend.com>
 >  >   wrote:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   > 
 Subject: RE:
 >  help configuration smtp
 server
 >  >   >  
 >  To:
 >  user@openmeetings.apache.org
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Date: Monday, 31 July,
 2017,
 >  >   18:07
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  Dear
 Richard,
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >  Here
 >  are two vectors to help
 >  >   you
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  resolve your issue.
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Perhaps your application
 name
 >  >   and
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  e-mail are not configured
 >  >   properly:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >  
 Admin->Configuration
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   Localhost->
 only someone
 >  using your
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  local computer can use the
 >  >   invitation.
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   > example
 link created:
 >  
 >http://localhost:5080/openmeetings/hash?invitation=6c608020-c92d-42bc-98d9-763cfb0a1bb3&language=1).
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >...
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  >
 >  ReminderJob.remindMeetings
 ERROR
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  07-30 20:11:33.499
 >  >  
 o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:246
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   [taskExecutor-1]
 - Error
 >  while sending message
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   Thank you.
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Sincerely,
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   Hemant K. Sabat
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Coscend Communications
 >  >   Solutions
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  www.Coscend.com
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 ------------------------------------------------------------------
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Real-time, Interactive
 Video
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Collaboration,
 Tele-healthcare,
 >  >   Tele-education,
 >  >   >  
 Telepresence
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Services, on the fly…
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 ------------------------------------------------------------------
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: See
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  'Confidentiality Notice
 >  >   Regarding E-mail
 Messages
 >  >   >  
 from
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Coscend Communications
 >  >   Solutions'
 posted at: http://www.Coscend.com/Terms_and_Conditions.html
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  -----Original Message-----
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  From: Richard Pérez
 [mailto:traductorchi...@yahoo.co.uk]
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Sent: Monday, July 31, 2017
 3:23
 >  >   PM
 >  >   >  
 >  To:
 >  Openmeetings user-list
 >  >   <user@openmeetings.apache.org>
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Subject: Re: help
 configuration
 >  >   smtp
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  server
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   Hello Maxim:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >  I
 >  followed what you suggested
 >  >   the last
 >  >   >  
 >  time
 >  I asked about
 >  >   this (13th july)
 but for
 >  some
 >  >   >  
 reason
 >  >   I
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  can’t get it to work.
 >  >   Considering my
 procedures
 >  >   >   and
 >  >   >  
 >  the
 >  Error I get what can I be
 >  >   doing wrong?
 >  >   >  
 >  - Is
 >  there
 >  >   another way to
 send the
 >  link
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   to my attendees
 without
 >  using the email feature?
 >  >   >  
 (i.e.
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   create an
 invitation email
 >  with a password, create
 >  >   >   the
 link,
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  and
 copy these
 >  into an ordinary email).
 >  >   >  
 >  - I
 >  tried to do this pasting
 the
 >  >   link
 >  >   >  
 >  into
 >  the browser of my
 >  >   laptop but it
 does not
 >  open
 >  >   >   the
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  access to OM (example link
 >  >   created: 
 >http://localhost:5080/openmeetings/hash?invitation=6c608020-c92d-42bc-98d9-763cfb0a1bb3&language=1).
 >  >   >  
 >  My
 >  laptop runs on Windows XP
 and
 >  >   no one is
 supporting
 >  >   >   XP
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  anymore.  Could this be
 the
 >  >   cause or am I
 doing
 >  >   >  
 this
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  wrong?
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  set
 up gmail
 >  smtp
 >  >   >  
 >  https://support.google.com/a/answer/176600?hl=en
 >  >   >  
 >  I
 >  chose: Gmail SMTP server
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   From here I went
 to: https://support.google.com/a/answer/6260879?hl=en
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  because I had to make sure
 I
 >  >   was
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  enabling “Less secure
 >  >   apps”
 correctly
 >  According
 >  >   >   to
 >  >   this
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  page, to be able to
 >  >   enable “Less
 secure
 >  apps” I
 >  >   >   had
 >  >   to
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  access Google Admin
 >  >   Console, to be
 able to do
 >  this I
 >  >   >   had
 >  >   to
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  create a GSuite account
 >  >   with a non-gmail
 email
 >  from
 >  >   >   my
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  website, verify my domain
 as
 >  >   usual, and
 apparently
 >  >   >  
 I’m
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  going to be invoiced if I
 want
 >  >   to keep on
 using
 >  >   >  
 this.
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  After going through this
 >  >   adventure
 crossing rivers,
 >  >   >
 >  >   through
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  swamps, under and
 >  >   over the ocean,
 I finally
 >  installed
 >  >   >
 >  >   OM
 >  >   >  
 >  with
 >  the following
 >  >   data:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   > 
 smtp_server:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   smtp.gmail.com
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  smtp_port:
 >  >     465
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >  
 mail.smtp.starttls.enable:
 >  1
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >  I
 >  have tried to get emails
 sent
 >  >   from
 >  >   >  
 >  the
 >  room (Public Video
 >  >   And Whiteboard
 Room) using
 >  >   >   the
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  following email
 information:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >  
 system_email_addr
 >  >   >  
 >
 >     1) the
 >  >   email registered
 as the
 >  user email when
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  installing OM (my website
 >  >   email), It is
 the same
 >  >   >  
 email used
 >  >   >  
 >  as
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >       Admin of
 Gsuite; 2) another
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  gmail: myem...@gmail.com
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  email_username
 >  >   >  
 >  myemail@gmail
 >  >   or
 >  >   >  
 >  mygsuiteem...@mywebsite.com
 >  >   >  
 >  or
 >  my OM username (not an
 >  >   email)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   > 
 email_userpass
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   password used to
 enter myem...@gmail.com
 >  >   >  
 >  or
 >  my password used to enter mygsuiteem...@mywebsite.com
 >  >   >  
 >  or
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >      my OM
 password, respectively
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   Each time I
 changed the
 >  configuration
 >  >   >
 >  >    > 
 in the
 >  frontend I logged out and
 restarted Red5
 >  >   to
 >  >   >   make
 sure
 >  >   >
 >  >   > 
 changes were
 >  effective, then went into
 the room
 >  >   and
 >  >   >   sent
 an
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  email
 invitation
 >  (with password activated
 and
 >  >   having
 >  >   >  
 created
 >  >   >  
 >  the
 >  hash link)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >  
 myGSuiteemail:  if I
 >  had an email
 >  >   >
 >  >   > 
 called john...@mywebsite.com
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  managed through my website,
 now
 >  >   I have an email
 with
 >  >   >  
 that
 >  >   >  
 >  same
 >  name managed through
 >  >   Google’s
 Gsuite but
 >  >   >  
 although it
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  looks like gmail.com it
 sends
 >  >   emails as if
 >  >   >   it
 were
 >  john123
 >  >   >  
 >  from
 >  my website.
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >  What
 >  I have found in my OM log
 >  >   is the
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  following (the same in
 >  >   all cases):
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >  EBUG
 >  07-30 20:11:03.061
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:236
 >  >   [taskExecutor-1]
 - Message
 >  >   >
 >  >   sending
 >  >   >  
 >  in
 >  progress
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  DEBUG 07-30 20:11:03.062
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:237
 >  >   [taskExecutor-1]
 -
 >  To:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   "email of person
 I am
 >  inviting"
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  DEBUG 07-30 20:11:03.062
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:238
 >  >   [taskExecutor-1]
 -
 >  >   >  
 Subject:
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  "invitation sent"
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  DEBUG 07-30 20:11:03.062
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:199
 >  >   [taskExecutor-1]
 -
 >  >   >  
 getMimeMessage
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  DEBUG 07-30 20:11:03.062
 >  >  
 o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:162
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   [taskExecutor-1]
 -
 >  getBasicMimeMessage DEBUG
 07-30
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  20:11:03.136
 >  >  
 o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:205
 >  >   >
 >  >   [taskExecutor-1]
 -
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  setReplyTo
 >  >   "Email
 registered for
 >  “user” when
 >  >   >   I
 installed
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  OM"
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 >  (It doesn’t change when
 >  >   >
 >  >    > 
 I change
 >  emails in the frontend
 Configuration)
 >  >   DEBUG
 >  >   >  
 07-30
 >  >   >
 >  >   > 
 20:11:10.139
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:277
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 [org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean#0_Worker-3]
 >  >   >  
 >  -
 >  sendMails enter ...
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  DEBUG 07-30 20:11:10.146
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:279
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 [org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean#0_Worker-3]
 >  >   >  
 >  -
 >  Number of emails in init
 queue
 >  >   0 DEBUG 07-30
 >  >   >  
 20:11:10.147
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:284
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 [org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean#0_Worker-3]
 >  >   >  
 >  -
 >  ... sendMails done.
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  DEBUG 07-30 20:11:11.048
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  o.a.o.w.c.MainPanel:117
 >  >   >
 > 
 [http-nio-0.0.0.0-5080-exec-7] -
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Sending WebSocket PING
 DEBUG
 >  >   07-30
 20:11:27.974
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >  
 o.a.o.s.q.s.ReminderJob:44
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 [org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean#0_Worker-4]
 >  >   >  
 >  -
 >  ReminderJob.remindMeetings
 >  >   ERROR 07-30
 >  >   >  
 20:11:33.499
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  o.a.o.c.m.MailHandler:246
 >  >   [taskExecutor-1]
 - Error
 >  >   >  
 while
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  sending message
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 > 
 javax.mail.MessagingException:
 >  >   >
 >  >   > 
 Exception
 >  reading response
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  at
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 com.sun.mail.smtp.SMTPTransport.readServerResponse(SMTPTransport.java:2369)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 com.sun.mail.smtp.SMTPTransport.openServer(SMTPTransport.java:2096)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 com.sun.mail.smtp.SMTPTransport.protocolConnect(SMTPTransport.java:712)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 > 
 javax.mail.Service.connect(Service.java:388)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 > 
 javax.mail.Service.connect(Service.java:246)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 > 
 javax.mail.Service.connect(Service.java:195)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 > 
 javax.mail.Transport.send0(Transport.java:254)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 > 
 javax.mail.Transport.send(Transport.java:124)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 org.apache.openmeetings.core.mail.MailHandler$2.run(MailHandler.java:242)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(Unknown
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Source)
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  at
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(Unknown
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Source)
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  at
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 >  java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown
 Source) Caused by:
 >  >   >  
 >
 > 
 java.net.SocketTimeoutException:
 >  >   Read timed out
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 > 
 java.net.SocketInputStream.socketRead0(Native
 >  >   >  
 Method)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >      
 at
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 > 
 java.net.SocketInputStream.socketRead(Unknown
 >  >   >  
 Source)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >      
 at
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 > 
 java.net.SocketInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 > 
 java.net.SocketInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 com.sun.mail.util.TraceInputStream.read(TraceInputStream.java:124)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 > 
 java.io.BufferedInputStream.fill(Unknown Source)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 > 
 java.io.BufferedInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 com.sun.mail.util.LineInputStream.readLine(LineInputStream.java:92)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      at
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >
 > 
 com.sun.mail.smtp.SMTPTransport.readServerResponse(SMTPTransport.java:2349)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >      ... 11 common
 frames
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  omitted
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Thanks,
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   Richard
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >
 > 
 --------------------------------------------
 >  >   >  
 >  On
 >  Thu, 13/7/17, Maxim
 >  >   Solodovnik
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  <solomax...@gmail.com>
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  wrote:
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Subject: Re: help
 >  >   configuration
 smtp
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  server
 >  >   >  
 >   To:
 >  "Openmeetings
 >  >   user-list"
 <user@openmeetings.apache.org>,
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  "Richard Pérez"
 >  >   <traductorchi...@yahoo.co.uk>
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  Date: Thursday, 13 July,
 2017,
 >  >   22:03
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >   To
 set up gmail
 >  smtp you should get
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  params  from here:
 >  >   >  
 >   https://support.google.com/a/answer/176600?hl=en
 >  >   >  
 >   I
 >  have used "Gmail SMTP
 >  >   server"
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >   In
 >  OM
 >  >
 >  "mail.smtp.starttls.enable"
 >  >   >
 >  >    > 
  should be
 >  "1"
 >  >   >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >  
 >   In
 >  case of "unable
 >  >   to find valid
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  certification
 >  >   path to
 requested
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   target" you most
 probably
 >  need to
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  update JRE (to get latest
 >  >   CAs)
 >  >   >  
 >   If
 >  not try to import
 >  >   certificate
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  chain
 >  >   >  
 >   in
 >  catruststore of JVM (as
 >  >   was
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  discussed earlier)
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >  
 >
 >  >   >
 >  >   >   --
 >  >   >   WBR
 >  >   >  
 Maxim aka
 >  >   solomax
 >  >
 >
 >
 
 
 
 -- 
 WBR
 Maxim aka solomax

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