On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 07:47:07AM -0600, Caleb Anthony wrote:
> >From what I understand about Mail::Mailer (maybe incorrectly!), in
> order to use the SMTP functionality, you have to be running an SMTP
> server on the same server as ldirectord. That isn't an option in our
> organization, so I had to add the ability to use an external SMTP
> Am I wrong about Mail::Mailer? Can it use an SMTP server other than
> one on the server that ldirectord is also running on?
Sorry, I was a bit confused.
I think that Mail::Mailer can probably do what you are after,
but the current ldirectord code uses Mail::Send, which does
not apper to be able to access an SMTP server.
With regards to the patch, I think that it might be nice
to arrance things such that there are two functions,
one whcih contains the existing Mail::Send code, including
the call to "use Mail::Send;". One that includes your new code,
including any calls to use or require. And have ld_emailalert_send()
call one of these functions depending on if $SMTP is set or not.
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