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How about setting mail.from.enabled as false by default? #95

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douglascrp opened this Issue Mar 7, 2017 · 1 comment

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douglascrp commented Mar 7, 2017

This is a property I always have to set as false because just a few servers allow sending emails without authentication (I am talking about the reality I see in the deploys I execute)

From the documentation, this is what the parameter means:

mail.from.enabled
If this property is set to false, then the value set in mail.from.default is always used. If this property is set to true, then the from field may be changed. This property may be required if your email server security settings insist on matching the from field with the authentication details. 

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douglascrp May 18, 2017

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@loftux Have you considered this idea?
Right now, I am facing the same issue, that is having to set this property.
I think we could close this one if you do not think it makes no sense for the project.

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douglascrp commented May 18, 2017

@loftux Have you considered this idea?
Right now, I am facing the same issue, that is having to set this property.
I think we could close this one if you do not think it makes no sense for the project.

@loftux loftux closed this in c9bf5d9 Sep 4, 2018

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