[stunnel-users] Trouble sending email via smtp with a particular gmail address
brian.morgan at enertechgeo.com
Fri Nov 1 14:43:51 CET 2013
Good idea. I tried using smtp.ourdomain.com, but got another error saying
the address was rejected. Don't think that's it.
So far, what works:
My User Account: Both ports 465 and 587. Also tried changing my password
to the same password as the account that's failing, and that works just
fine, so it's not a password formatting issue
Customer Service Account: sending from Thunderbird using smtp.gmail.com and
same credentials (not through stunnel)
What doesn't work:
Customer Service account: ports 465 and 587 through stunnel
tried putting this account in same gmail group. Even tried elevating
to super admin in case it was a gmail permissions issue.
Another account in the IT group
So stunnel works for my account, but not for others. Other accounts can
send via smtp SSL/TLS through thunderbird.
Really baffled here.
On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 6:12 PM, Michael D. Setzer II <
mikes at kuentos.guam.net> wrote:
> On 31 Oct 2013 at 12:09, Brian Morgan wrote:
> Date sent: Thu, 31 Oct 2013 12:09:49 -0500
> From: Brian Morgan <brian.morgan at enertechgeo.com>
> To: stunnel-users at stunnel.org
> Subject: [stunnel-users] Trouble sending email via smtp with a
> gmail address
> > I'm having trouble sending email through stunnel with our customer
> > service email address. We use google premium services for our hosted
> > email. I can send through stunnel using my own personal account, but
> > when I switch to the cust service account, I get the error:
> > "Failed to send an E-mail through the specified SMTP server
> > [127.0.0.1]: The SMTP server requires a secure connection or the
> > client was not authenticated. The server response was 5.5.1
> > Authentication Required."
> > And yes, I double/triple checked credentials and can login through the
> > gmail interface with them just fine. I also tried changing the
> > password to a strong password which did not help.
> > gmail settings in stunnel.conf:
> > [gmail-smtp]
> > client = yes
> > accept = 127.0.0.1:259
> > connect = smtp.gmail.com:465
> > I also tried port 587 but that produces another error: "Failed to
> > send an E-mail through the specified SMTP server [127.0.0.1]: Failure
> > sending mail."
> > Any ideas?
> My college recently changed its email to google, and rather than using
> smtp.gmail.com for a regular gmail account, it uses the special name that
> mapped to a google server.
> client = yes
> accept = 21995
> connect = pop.guamcc.edu:995
> client = yes
> accept = 21465
> connect = smtp.guamcc.edu:465
> Perhaps you have a similar set of names you need to use. I have other lines
> for my regular account that uses gmail.
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