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SecureMaildropHost marries SecureMailHost and MaildropHost, making this a drop-in replacement for SecureMailHost.

Project Description

SecureMaildropHost

Introduction

SecureMaildropHost marries SecureMailHost and MaildropHost, making this a drop-in replacement for SecureMailHost.

SecureMaildropHost uses both SecureMailHost and MaildropHost to do it’s work, so both must be installed.

Installation

  • Install and configure MaildropHost first!
  • Unpack this Product into your instance Products directory
  • Restart Zope, navigate to your SecureMailHost instance (usually named MailHost), note it’s settings. Make sure you configure your MaildropHost queue to use the same settings.
  • Delete the SecureMailHost, and create a SecureMaildropHost with the same id in it’s place

License

ZPL 2.1, see LICENSE.txt

Credits

SecureMaildropHost was developed by Plone Solutions for internal use, Dec 2006

Design and development::
Plone Solutions (Martijn Pieters)

CHANGES

Changelog for SecureMaildropHost

0.2 (released 2008/05/22)

  • The ‘as_string’ change causes registration emails to fail, since those messages are not created as MIMEText. This change checks for as_string, uses it if available, and otherwise falls back to str. [seanf]
  • Use the as_string() method of an MIME part to get the string version of it. Caught by Sean Fulmer. [wichert]

0.1 (released 2007/04/03)

  • Initial release [mj]
Release History

Release History

This version
History Node

0.2

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