Re: How to configure sendmail for 'be subscribe'
W. Trevor King <wking <at> tremily.us>
2012-07-04 15:57:19 GMT
On Wed, Jul 04, 2012 at 01:42:08PM +0200, Sebastian Wolff wrote:
> I am evaluating BE for usage and I am currently stuck with the
> command "be subscribe". Other systems like TRAC provide the option
> to configure the used email account (server, username and
> password). Is this somehow possible with BE?
I haven't played with this feature in a while, so there may be a few
bugs in the current implementation, but the email subscriptions are
currently handled in interfaces/email/interactive/be-handle-mail with
mail being send with send_pgp_mime, which uses a local SMTP server by
default. I've pulled out the send_pgp_mime functionality into a
stand-alone pgp_mime package , which uses pyassuan  talking to
gpgme-tool  for the cryptography.
I want to get gpgme-tool's socket handling polished up a bit more, but
once I get the gpgme changes pushed through upstream I can clean up
this portion of BE. With pgp_mime, you can configure the default SMTP
connection using ~/.config/smtplib.conf, which allows you to set all
the usual SMTP connection options to connect to other hosts.