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[REBOL] Re: Status of SEND function

From: btiffin::rogers::com at: 1-May-2007 17:38

Ok, Authenticated ESMTP works with SEND. Except, it exposes a password in set-net block, unless you use 'ask for esmtp user. Cool. Under the conditions of set-net [email host pop proxy-host proxy-port proxy-type 'ask none] send email "test^/another test" prompts three times for username and password. Functional, but not friendly. You only need to type in the information on the last of the three prompts. I didn't try first only, second only combos. After the first, SEND works without prompt. set-net with esmtp user and password strings (not using 'ask none) works but as noted above, exposes a password. It can be buried from simple prying eye passes with trickery of course... set-net compose [ ... "esmtp-user" (to string! decloak #{ABABABABAB} "cloakkey")] works, but it still exposes passwords to the REBOL savvy. Anyway, I can use Phil Bevan's readmail.r to much greater effect now. Thanks for that. REBOL/View testing. On Tuesday 01 May 2007 14:51, Brian Tiffin wrote: