bpopelar Posted November 13, 2007 Share Posted November 13, 2007 First things first... The email linefeed character parameter must be set to CRLF when using the SMTP protocol. I know all about pretending to be a customer... I don't know why the first 2 imports of the SQL patch failed; 6 is the correct number of SQL statements. If it worked (and I think it did), look at admin -> configuration -> email options page and you will have 6 new configuration parameters that look like: SMTP Server Host Address smtp.mailserver.net SMTP Server EHLO / HELO Name mailserver.net SMTP Server Port Number 25 SMTP Authentication Required false SMTP Authentication Username SMTP Authentication Password You will need to use change the "SMTP Server Host Address" to specify your SMTP server name. Also change the EHLO /HELO parameter and specify your website domain name (e.g., www.mydomain.com). Since you were getting some emails through, the SMTP port number should be correct and you will not need to enable authentication (i.e., leave SMTP Authentication Required set to false). You do not need to enter the username & password until you enable authentication. Follow the directions in the readme and install the rest of the contribution (if you haven't already). You should be able to test the email by using the "Contact Us" page. If this doesn't work, following the readme directions and enable the debug capability in class.smtp.php file. Send me the output via PM and I'll look at it and see whats wrong. I suspect the problem is the email linefeed configuration setting. Ben Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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