Fixed #13142 -- Added support for SSL connections in core.mail.backends.... #347

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Note: SVN-based patch originally provided by serg.partizan / partizan
and Wojciech Banaś in Trac (refer to https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/13142).

This commit includes the work done by those previous, with the following
changes:

  • If use_ssl is True, or settings.EMAIL_USE_SSL is True, but the current Python
    version is less than 2.6, use_ssl is not internally changed to False. Nor
    does the SMTP backend code raise an exception. We don't need to, because Django 1.5
    is dropping support for Python prior to 2.6.
  • This update provides the ability to configure the keyfile and certfile
    to use with SMTP_SSL.
  • Documentation is updated to specify that this feature is new in 1.5.
Jason Mayfield
Fixed #13142 -- Added support for SSL connections in core.mail.backen…
…ds.smtp

Note: SVN-based patch originally provided by serg.partizan / partizan
and Wojciech Banaś in Trac (refer to https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/13142).

This commit includes the work done by those previous, with the following
changes:

- If use_ssl is True, or settings.EMAIL_USE_SSL is True, but the current Python
  version is less than 2.6, use_ssl is *not* internally changed to False.  Nor
  does the SMTP backend code raise an exception.  We don't need to, because Django 1.5
  is dropping support for Python prior to 2.6.

- This update provides the ability to configure the keyfile and certfile
  to use with SMTP_SSL.

- Documentation is updated to specify that this feature is new in 1.5.
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apollo13 commented Sep 16, 2012

Three things:

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@timgraham timgraham closed this Jul 17, 2013

nanuxbe pushed a commit to nanuxbe/django that referenced this pull request Jul 2, 2016

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