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[REBOL] Re: SMTP sniffer?

From: edanaii:cox at: 24-Nov-2002 20:25

Ingo Hohmann wrote:
> Ed is right, in Outlook change your server configuration to be > localhost and either change the the ports in Outlook to 8025 for smtp, > and 8110 for pop, or change them in the script to be 25 and 110 for > smtp and pop respectively. I am not sure where you'll have to make > these changes, but I'd try in extras/services or extras/options find > "internet email" and open configuration (I hope the english version is > not too different from the german one). > > Then start the script, and try to send to any email address. As an > example say you send to [local--home]. The mail will be stored in a > mailbox called "local" (I'm really just dropping the "@" and > everything after it). So you can read the mail with pop3, using > "local" as user, and anything as password (this isn't checked at all). > > The script prints out what happens, but maybe not with sufficient > detail, either add "copy line thru newline" instead of "thru newline" > in the parse rule and print 'line, or ask me to do it. > > If you have any more questions, feel free to ask. >
Excellent, Ingo. I asked earlier about something like this, wanting to play around with it. So, how do I modify it to be a simple relay. I.e. I specify it in my mail app and then specify my real smtp server in it and have it forward the mail? BTW, I'm interested in the SMTP side only. I'm no smtp expert, so any clues appreciated. :) -- Sincerely, | Ed Dana | Life's but a knife's edge, anyway. Sooner or later Software Developer | people slip and get cut. 1Ghz Athlon Amiga | -- Larry McMurtry, Streets of Laredo