On 10 Jul 2004, at 15:15, Andrew Murray wrote:
> That's a pretty rude response from a geek who's module isn't
> authenticating properly.
> I got it fixed by using localhost as my mailer but I'm at a loss why
> auth command isn't sending at all.
Neither am I because the details you give me are nothing. You give
nothing then there is nothing I can return.
> On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 08:24:50 +0100, "Graham Barr"
>> On 10 Jul 2004, at 02:59, Andrew Murray wrote:
>>> i'm sending the command
>>> $SMTP->auth($smtpuser, $smtppass);
>>> but it's not sending to the server, always PLAIN login.
>> I am sorry but if you are not clear about all aspects of your problem
>> then I cannot really help. I suggest you start by reading something
>> like http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html then ask
> Andrew Murray
OK, maybe I was a bit blunt in my first reply, but he then followed this with a long essay, which I just ignored.
Then today, over a month later, I get
"Neither am I"? Are you sure you didn't mean "So am I"?
Do i need to write you another fucking 50 page guide on how to
communicate online for those who never learnt to communicate offline?
Which is nothing more than an attack on me and only served to get him added to a blacklist.
Why do people shoot themselves in the foot by directly attacking the same person they are trying to ask for help?