sendmail instructions leads to unsupported option #102

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betelgeuse opened this Issue Aug 21, 2011 · 8 comments

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betelgeuse commented Aug 21, 2011

http://docs.engineyard.com/setup-ssmtp-for-mail-relay-to-authsmtp.html

Following this I get:
sendmail: recipients with -t option not supported

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Thanks for the feedback. We're reworking this document internally.

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BrittTheIsh commented Aug 24, 2011

Thanks for the feedback. We're reworking this document internally.

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ghost Nov 24, 2011

We're still having the same issue. Is this resolved already?

ghost commented Nov 24, 2011

We're still having the same issue. Is this resolved already?

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@viewbook I worked around this by using SMTP directly from rails.

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betelgeuse commented Nov 24, 2011

@viewbook I worked around this by using SMTP directly from rails.

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We did too without success on port 25 for smpt.sendgrid.net, what SMTP port did you use?

ghost commented Nov 24, 2011

We did too without success on port 25 for smpt.sendgrid.net, what SMTP port did you use?

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@viewbook 587

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betelgeuse commented Nov 24, 2011

@viewbook 587

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Port 587 did work with sendgrid. http://docs.sendgrid.com/documentation/get-started/smtp-ports/

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ghost commented Nov 24, 2011

Port 587 did work with sendgrid. http://docs.sendgrid.com/documentation/get-started/smtp-ports/

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watson Nov 28, 2011

@viewbook "Port 465 shows up Appendix A of the 1996 non-standard standard The SSL Protocol Version 3.0 as “Simple Mail Transfer Protocol with SSL”. Unfortunately, it’s not registered for SMTPs, it’s registered for URD – “URL Rendesvous Directory for SSM” by Cisco. The recommended approach, at least for authentication, is to use START TLS encryption on submission port 587."
http://mostlygeek.com/tech/smtp-on-port-587/

watson commented Nov 28, 2011

@viewbook "Port 465 shows up Appendix A of the 1996 non-standard standard The SSL Protocol Version 3.0 as “Simple Mail Transfer Protocol with SSL”. Unfortunately, it’s not registered for SMTPs, it’s registered for URD – “URL Rendesvous Directory for SSM” by Cisco. The recommended approach, at least for authentication, is to use START TLS encryption on submission port 587."
http://mostlygeek.com/tech/smtp-on-port-587/

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