Are you saying that you can send email via SMTP commands from your telnet session?benjmurray said:Thanks all.
My smtp server doesn't require a username or password. I have tried both ip and dns name. All other functions of the card work.
Will the update only address autentication?
Cool. That means, port is open. Now, the next thing we need to do is SMTP relaying test. Assuming you're with comcast, their domain name is comcast.netbenjmurray said:I was able to log onto the smtp via telnet. I don't know what to do in there, but IK got access.
There is a M1XEP update coming out in a few days that fixes most email issues.
I'm interested since I would like to have this kind of feature too. Is it a firmware upload fix?rcharris said:There is a M1XEP update coming out in a few days that fixes most email issues.
This update should help a lot of people!
I had been having e-mail send issues with my login-required ISP, no e-mail sent regardless of what settings I used. As part of my communication with Brad Weeks at Elk, I offered to help debug the issue in any way I could. The fine folks at Elk took me up on the offer and sent a test version of new M1XEP FW several weeks ago. (Spanky, I hope this is okay to talk about) It has been working perfectly, with e-mail being sent daily. If this is how the release code Spanky mentions will work, then it should fix the problem for a lot of people.