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- Subject: Re: sending mail with gmail as smarthost
- From: Kevin Vermeer <reemrevnivek@...>
- Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 12:52:24 -0400
I attempted to do this some time ago. I eventually decided to install a command-line client (an XMPP chat client, not email), and then run os.execute to get it to work, But all indications seem to say that it's possible. I just didn't want it enough.
I didn't look into the Luaxyssl library - I was working with LuaSec. But, I learned a bit about encryption (although not enough to teach) from the following tutorials and websites, which I hope you find useful:
--Testing your connections (also details the need for base-64 passwords and usernames)
--Setting up client side security certificates:
-Info on SSL/TLS:
None were in Lua (which is surprising), but all try to establish a
connection from APIs which you should be able to access or emulate with Lua.
On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 2:25 AM, Martin <email@example.com>
I have installed luasocket and luaxyssl. I need to send emails with my
gmail account (and yahoo.com.au one too). can somebody show me how? In
both cases I need to use encryption and know very close to nothing
aout how to use luaxyssl (and ssl/tsl layer in general).
Some pointer to 'ssl/tsl for dummies' would be helpful too...