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KevinR
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Dec 10, 2006, 10:43 PM


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Re: [LeoTron] Problem with sending email

this should take care of those error messages (just need to add "my" in front of the variables although $length was serving no purpose), but doesn't mean the script will work:


Code
#!/usr/bin/perl -w 

use Socket;
use strict;

my($mailTo) = 'me@somehost.com';
my($mailServer) = 'mail.somhost.com';

my($mailFrom) = 'someone@somehost.com';
my($realName) = "The Master";
my($subject) = 'Test';
my($body) = "Test Line One. \nTest Line Two.\n";

$main::SIG{'INT'} = 'closeSocket';

my($proto) = getprotobyname("tcp") || 6;
my($port) = getservbyname("SMTP", "tcp") || 25;
my($serverAddr) = (gethostbyname($mailServer))[4];

if(! defined($serverAddr)){
die('gethostbyname failed.');
}

socket(SMTP, AF_INET(), SOCK_STREAM(), $proto)
or die("socket: $!");

my $packFormat = 'S n a4 x8'; # Windows 95, SunOs 4.1+
#$packFormat = 'S n c4 x8'; # SunOs 5.4+ (Solaris 2)

connect(SMTP, pack($packFormat, AF_INET(), $port, $serverAddr))
or die("connect: $!");

select(SMTP); $| = 1; select(STDOUT); #use unbuffered I/O.
{
my($inpBuf) = '';

recv(SMTP, $inpBuf, 200, 0);
recv(SMTP, $inpBuf, 200, 0);
}

sendSMTP(1, "HELO\n");
sendSMTP(1, "MAIL From: <$mailFrom>\n");
sendSMTP(1, "RCPT To: <$mailTo>\n");
sendSMTP(1, "DATA\n");

send(SMTP, "From: $realName\n", 0);
send(SMTP, "Subject: $subject\n", 0);
send(SMTP, $body, 0);

sendSMTP(1, "\r\n.\r\n");
sendSMTP(1, "QUIT\n");

close(SMTP);

sub closeSocket { #close smtp socket on error
close(SMTP);
die("SMTP socket closed due to SIGINT\n");
}

sub sendSMTP {
my($debug) = shift;
my($buffer) = @_;

print STDERR ("> $buffer") if $debug;
send(SMTP, $buffer, 0);

recv(SMTP, $buffer, 200, 0);
print STDERR ("< $buffer") if $debug;

return( (split(/ /, $buffer))[0] );
}

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(This post was edited by KevinR on Dec 10, 2006, 10:44 PM)


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Post edited by KevinR (Veteran) on Dec 10, 2006, 10:44 PM


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