Great script, but it seems that smtp.live.com refuses any connections. I have tried other scripts that also work well with TLS and Gmail, same result.
|2013-05-29 01:37:27 - In reply to message 1 from M F|
|Did you try using port 587?|
|2013-05-29 01:53:32 - In reply to message 2 from Manuel Lemos|
Yes, tried all combinations:
Ports: 25, 465, 587
Seems smtp.live.com just refuses the connection on their end. I don't think it's the script, unless live now requires some token to validate a 'device' of sorts...
|2013-05-29 02:21:49 - In reply to message 3 from M F|
|You may be blocked by a firewall in the network that you are sending the message from.|
|2013-05-30 02:13:09 - In reply to message 4 from Manuel Lemos|
Actually Microsoft responded to my question:
If you don't send the second hello after STARTTLS, the connection will fail before authentication takes place.
Does this makes sense?
Where in the class should I be looking at ?
|2013-05-30 11:01:53 - In reply to message 4 from Manuel Lemos|
|No, no firewall, works fine with Gmail.|
|2013-05-31 15:32:51 - In reply to message 5 from M F|
|You can set the class variable smtp_start_tls to 1.|
|2013-06-01 13:35:54 - In reply to message 7 from Manuel Lemos|
Yes I did set the start tls voption.
Microsoft claims an additional step:
"If you don't send the second hello after STARTTLS, the connection will fail before authentication takes place."
A second Hello?
But I really don't have time to troubleshoot this, and I pretty much gave up sending via hotmail/outlook.
Thanks for the help.
As I said the class works marvellously with Gmail.
|2013-06-03 12:59:28 - In reply to message 8 from M F|
|If you enabled debug support you can see that after the STARTTLS command, the communication is restarted with a new EHLO command. So that should not be your problem.|