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I'm have some config problems with Wire Mail SMTP on a online website

My provider is One.com and after a online chat with the support, all my settings are correct: 

  • smtp hostname: send.one.com
  • smtp port 465
  • use SSL  yes
  • correct smtp user 
  • correct smtp password

With an email-client (Thunderbird) I get access, not with "Test settings now" of Wire Mail SMTP:

error:

  • ERROR: SMTP settings did not work
  • could not connect to the host "send.one.com": connection time out

Has anyone any idea?

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Perhaps try ports 2525 or 587 in case they work? It's worth the effort, this module + Mandrill is a superb combination. Good luck.

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I'm have some config problems with Wire Mail SMTP on a online website

My provider is One.com and after a online chat with the support, all my settings are correct: 

  • smtp hostname: send.one.com
  • smtp port 465
  • use SSL  yes
  • correct smtp user 
  • correct smtp password

With an email-client (Thunderbird) I get access, not with "Test settings now" of Wire Mail SMTP:

error:

  • ERROR: SMTP settings did not work
  • could not connect to the host "send.one.com": connection time out

Has anyone any idea?

When you tried with the Thunderbird, was it on the same machine as the website is? Or the other way round: have you tried this settings and testconnection from an install on your localhost? If not, you also have to check if the server where your site is hosted has no outgoing firewall restrictions that get in your way.

If the install is on an online machine, you can use the php library here in the spoiler. I often use this for quick checks on hosting machines to see if I'm able to reach other machines, ports, services from there. It is a pure PHP lib to ping severs on specified ports with defined transports.

<?php
/*
    Author: Paul Aitken
    Creation Date: June 2003
    Contact: paul at phat-land com
    Class: Server Status
    Description: A class to check if certain service(s) are running

    Added functionality for checking via Gateways / Proxies
    by Horst Nogajski, January 2004
*/

// This code is Free for non-commercial use

class serverstatus
{
    // PUBLIC
    var $transport      = 'tcp';  // tcp udp ssl tls
    var $service;
    var $ip;
    var $port;
    var $local_ip         = 0;
    var $local_port     = 0;
    var $timeout;

    // PRIVATE
    var $errno;
    var $errstr;
    var $status;
    var $local_status     = TRUE;

    // CONSTRUCTOR: Can set Timeout
    function serverstatus($timeout=5)
    {
        $this->timeout = $timeout;
    }

    // PUBLIC: set Transport
    function set_Transport($t='tcp')
    {
        $valid = array('tcp','udp','ssl','tls','sslv2','sslv3'); // sslv3 ab PHP-5.0.2, alle anderen ab PHP-4.3.0
        if(in_array(strtolower($t),$valid))
        {
            $this->transport = $t;
        }
        else
        {
            $this->transport = 'tcp';
        }
    }

    // PUBLIC: Check Server
    function status_check($ip, $port, $service='', $local_ip=0, $local_port=0)
    {
        $this->service = $service;
        $this->ip = $ip;
        $this->port = $port;
        $this->local_ip = $local_ip;
        $this->local_port = $local_port;
        $this->local_status = TRUE;

        if($this->local_ip > 0 && $this->local_port > 0)
        {
            $this->local_status = FALSE;
            $this->check_local();
        }

        if($this->local_status)
        {
            $this->check_remote();
        }

        return $this->status;
    }

    // PUBLIC: Return Status
    function status_display($short=FALSE,$html=TRUE)
    {
        if(!$this->local_status)
        {
            // a local Gateway or Proxy which must be used is down!
            $filler = ' ';
            for($i=1;$i<10-strlen(trim($this->local_port));$i++) $filler.=' ';
            if($html)
            {
                return $short ? "-(<b>".$this->local_ip.":".$this->local_port."</b>) Gateway for ".$this->service." is <b>down</b>" : "- The local Gateway or Proxy for ".$this->service." is down, (".$this->local_ip.":".$this->local_port.")<br>\n";
            }
            else
            {
                return $short ? "- (".$this->local_ip.":".$this->local_port."){$filler}Gateway for ".$this->service." is down" : "- The local Gateway or Proxy for ".$this->service." is down, (".$this->local_ip.":".$this->local_port.")\r\n";
            }
        }
        else
        {
            $filler = ' ';
            for($i=1;$i<6-strlen(trim($this->port));$i++) $filler.=' ';
            if($this->status)
            {
                // It's TRUE (UP)
                if($html)
                {
                    return $short ? "+ (<b>".$this->port."</b>) ". $this->service." is <b>up</b>" : "+ The service <b>".$this->service."</b> is <b>up</b> and running. IP: <b>".$this->ip."</b> Port: <b>".$this->port."</b><BR>\n";
                }
                else
                {
                    return $short ? "+ UP   (".$this->port.")".$filler.$this->service : "+ The service ".$this->service." is up and running. IP: ".$this->ip." Port: ".$this->port."\r\n";
                }
            }
            else
            {
                // It's FALSE (DOWN)
                if($html)
                {
                    return $short ? "  (<b>".$this->port."</b>) ".$this->service." is <b>down</b>" : "- The service <b>".$this->service."</b> is currently <b>down</b>. IP: <b>".$this->ip."</b> Port: <b>".$this->port."</b><BR>\n";
                }
                else
                {
                    return $short ? "  DOWN (".$this->port.")".$filler.$this->service : "- The service ".$this->service." is currently down. IP: ".$this->ip." Port: ".$this->port."\r\n";
                }
            }
        }
        flush();
    }


    // PRIVATE: Check GATEWAY
    function check_local()
    {
        $this->local_status = ($sock = @fsockopen($this->transport.'://'.$this->local_ip, $this->local_port, $this->errno, $this->errstr, $this->timeout)) ? TRUE : FALSE;
        #if($sock!==FALSE) fclose($sock);
        $sock = NULL;
        unset($sock);
    }

    // PRIVATE: Check SERVER
    function check_remote()
    {
        $this->status = ($sock = @fsockopen($this->transport.'://'.$this->ip, $this->port, $this->errno, $this->errstr, $this->timeout)) ? TRUE : FALSE;
        #if($sock!==FALSE) fclose($sock);
        $sock = NULL;
        unset($sock);
    }

}



$ip = gethostbyname('send.one.com');
$port = 465;
$status = new serverstatus(20);
$status->set_Transport('ssl');  // you also can test / use: 'ssl','tls','sslv2','sslv3' 
$status->status_check($ip, $port, 'SMTP');
echo $status->status_display(false,false);
 

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My website is online, hosted by One.com, thunderbird is on my own machine

The spoiler-script  shows the message "The service SMTP is currently down. IP: adress  Port: 465". Thx horst for this excellent script. 

I had an hour chat with One.com Chat Support, where they suggested to change ports, SSL off, ...  (what I tried before).  Then I discoverd that SSL in my configuration panel was not activated.  The chat support said it must be activated, and after a few hours waiting, still the same error-messages.

thx cstevensjr, alan and horst, the search goes on

 

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If the script says the service is down, this only mean that it couldn't connect to the target server. So, when on the website server the outgoing request is blocked (firewall), this would also result in the same error message. If you have email / smtp accounts on other servers, e.g. gmail, hotmail or what ever, I suggest try to connect to them via the test script and see if it is possible.

And good luck! :)

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Eureka, connection problem is solved

When a script is used for sending SMTP (One.com):

  • Server: NOT send.one.com  -> mailout.one.com
  • Port: 25
  • SSL: no
  • Authentication: no

With the 'spoiler-script' of Horst, no errors and in with my old website jusing AcyMailing (Joomla), it's also working fine now.

In Wire Mail SMTP, following error stays. I left SMTP user and SMTP is blank, but I assume that Wire Mail SMTP is always checking authentication??

  • server does not require authentication
  • ERROR: SMTP settings did not work

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I've recently moved my website to another server and now wiremailsmtp doesn't work anymore, it display this message:
 

Warning: stream_socket_enable_crypto(): Peer certificate CN=`email-smtp.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com' did not match expected CN=`52.19.6.114' in /home/sodd/public_html/site/modules/WireMailSmtp/smtp_classes/smtp.php on line 1255

any idea? thanks

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It is a certificate that doesn't match. This has not directly to do with the module but with the server (certificate). An expected IP (52.19.6.114) doesn't match.

The IP (52.19.6.114) is mapped to the hostname "ec2-52-19-6-114.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com"

and the hostname (email-smtp.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com) resolves to IP "52.30.192.168".

So this is something that you need to sort out with the hosting company.

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Successfully tested with PW 3.0 today! :)

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A small contribution:  Add an option to have ability to use Self-Signed Certificate on a given SMTP server with WireMailSmtp and PHP >= 5.6
 
What PHP say - source : https://secure.php.net/manual/en/migration56.openssl.php
 

Stream wrappers now verify peer certificates and host names by default when using SSL/TLS.

 
 
HOWTO:
-----------
 
1) In file smtp.php, class smtp_class, we add a member variable and a small function :

/* Allow self signed certificate */
var $smtp_certificate = false;
Function AllowSelfSignedCertificate($allow = false)
{
        $version=explode(".",function_exists("phpversion") ? phpversion() : "3.0.7");
        $php_version=intval($version[0])*1000000+intval($version[1])*1000+intval($version[2]);
        if($php_version<5006000)
            return;
        if($allow) {
		stream_context_set_option($this->connection, 'ssl', 'verify_peer', false);
		stream_context_set_option($this->connection, 'ssl', 'allow_self_signed', true);
	}
	else
	{
		stream_context_set_option($this->connection, 'ssl', 'verify_peer', true);
		stream_context_set_option($this->connection, 'ssl', 'allow_self_signed', false);
	}
}

 
and, in the Connect() method, call the function just in before we check for the result of stream_socket_enable_crypto :
 
Find : 

$this->OutputDebug('Starting TLS cryptograpic protocol');
				
if(!($success = stream_socket_enable_crypto($this->connection, 1, STREAM_CRYPTO_METHOD_TLS_CLIENT)))

Replace to

$this->OutputDebug('Starting TLS cryptograpic protocol');

$this->AllowSelfSignedCertificate($this->smtp_certificate);

if(!($success = stream_socket_enable_crypto($this->connection, 1, STREAM_CRYPTO_METHOD_TLS_CLIENT))

2) In the file smtp_message.php, class smtp_message_class, add a member variable :

/* Allow Self Signed Certificate */
var $smtp_certificate = 0;

In the method StartSendingMessage() , assign the new member variable:

$this->smtp->smtp_certificate = $this->smtp_certificate;

 
3) In the file WireMailSmtpAdaptator, class hnsmtp, add a member variable :

private $smtp_certificate   = false;

and in the method set_var_val(), add a case smtp_certificate for our checkbox :
Find :

case 'smtp_ssl':
case 'smtp_start_tls':
case 'smtp_debug':
case 'smtp_html_debug':

Replace :

case 'smtp_certificate':
case 'smtp_ssl':
case 'smtp_start_tls':
case 'smtp_debug':
case 'smtp_html_debug':

In the class constructor, add :

$this->emailMessage->smtp_certificate           = $this->smtp_certificate;

4) In the WireMailSmtpConfig.php file, add a field :
 
add : 

$field = $modules->get('InputfieldCheckbox');
$field->attr('name', 'smtp_certificate');
$field->label = __('PHP >= 5.6 - Allow self signed certificate');
$field->attr('value', $data['smtp_certificate']);
$field->attr('checked', $data['smtp_certificate'] ? 'checked' : '');
$fieldset->add($field);

5) In the WireMailSmtp.module file, add a settings to the getDefaultdata() :
Find :

'valid_recipients'         => ''     // email addresses of valid recipients. String that we convert to array at runtime.

Add after (take care of comma ','):

'smtp_certificate'		   => 0		  // allow or not self signed certificate (PHP >= 5.6)

 
Result :

1455460292-capture.png

Hope it help. Sorry for my english ^_^

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@flydev: many thanks for your contribution, I have added it to the module by following your perfect guidance step by step. Very Nice. So, I have not tested it because I have no server with a Self-Signed Certificate at hand. But I very likely trust someones code who is able to contribute PHP code backwards compatible from PHP 5.6 to PHP 3.0! :lol:^-^

$version=explode(".",function_exists("phpversion") ? phpversion() : "3.0.7");
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Cool !  but...  I forgot the following line in step 3, class hnsmtp; In the constructor we need to add

$this->emailMessage->smtp_certificate           = $this->smtp_certificate;

I edited my previous post containing the instructions.

Nice module and thanks for the update, I tested it right now and it work like a charm!

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Getting this error while sending mail and when testing settings (gmail) on dev verion 3.0.10. On localhost works fine, any idea? When uninstall wire mail smtp module, regular php wire mail works fine

SQLSTATE[HY000]: General error: 2006 MySQL

server has gone away

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Just wondering if anyone has tried this Module with MailGun?

I'm planning moving all my Mandarill App based settings to MailGun and at the moment mails are tested positive but no emails are recieved by me or even logged in my MailGun control panel.

Thanks

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Hi,

it is possible to set the WireMailSmtp config settings at runtime and send email using different settings for each user?

Thank you

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Yes you can read and write modules config data via PWs API for all modules. Please refer to the docs, or search the forum via google for something like $modules->get("WireMailSMTP")-> getConfigData(), or readConfigData() ? and ->writeConfigData($data).

Sorry, I'm on mobile and cannot provide links or exact code snippets ATM. :)

----

EDIT:

you can use this:

$data = wire('modules')->getModuleConfigData("WireMailSmtp");

// or, regarding on scope,
$data = $modules->getModuleConfigData("WireMailSmtp");

after modifying, you can write it back:

wire('modules')->saveModuleConfigData("WireMailSmtp", $data);

// or

$modules->saveModuleConfigData("WireMailSmtp", $data);

Edited by horst
added code snippets
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I wonder if someone could give me an idea how to use the attachment aspect to WireMailSmtp? I am doing a simple form that allows the upload of pdf's only. I am unsure how to access the file size, type, etc. so that I can sanitize things a bit.

Thanks in advance.

Edited by kongondo
No need to start a new topic for a module that has its own support forum + have a look at page 1 of this thread

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Thanks Kongondo. By the way, page 1 doesn't answer this question (unless I am being a complete dunce!)

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Thanks Kongondo. By the way, page 1 doesn't answer this question (unless I am being a complete dunce!)

It does:

attachment ($filename) - add attachment file(s) - string or array()

$mail = wireMail(); 
$mail->attachment($filename); // string $filename or array $filenames

what means: you can add any single file path as a string with the attachment() method, or you can add multiple files at once with its pathes stored in an array.

Everything else, e.g. how you submit your form and / or upload the files, does not belong to WireMailSmtp. For this, you may find information and examples on php.net. :)

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Attachments work very well using this mailer. I'm using it to send out event photos to purchasers - nice, nice, nice. Thanks for the work on this, Horst!

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      $phone = '8 (916) 318-07-29 ext 1234'; // input string could be in any phone-recognizable format $phoneNumber = new PhoneNumber($phone, 'RU'); // or wire('modules')->get('HelperPhone')->makePhoneNumber($phone, 'RU'); echo ($phoneNumber->isValidNumber() ? 'Yes':'No'); // Yes echo ($phoneNumber->isValidNumberForRegion($regionCode) ? 'Yes':'No'); // Yes echo $phoneNumber->getNumberTypeTitle(); // Mobile echo $phoneNumber->getCountryCode(); // 7 echo $phoneNumber->getRegionCode(); // RU echo $phoneNumber->getNationalNumber(); // 9163180729 echo $phoneNumber->getExtension(); // 1234 echo $phoneNumber->formatForCallingFrom('US') // 011 7 916 318-07-28 echo $phoneNumber->formatForCallingFrom('GE') // 00 7 916 318-07-28
      For more methods and properties please refer to PhoneNumber and PhoneNumberConst source files. Need more? Check giggsey/libphonenumber-for-php and use it by accessing $phoneNumber->phoneNumber property - it is instance of \libphonenumber\PhoneNumber or null (if empty).
      Usage: field
      Note: on field creation, make sure that you've configured field settings
      Default region: assumed region if input phone number string is not in international format (starts with '+', etc)
      Enabled/disabled phone extentions: if disabled, phone extension will be removed on field save.
      Phone field settings in example below: default region code 'RU', phone extensions are enabled
      echo $page->phone; // +79163180729 // Note1: $page->phone stores instance of PhoneNumber and renders to string in E164 format. // Note2: E164 format does not include extension. echo $page->getFormatted('phone'); // +7 916 318-07-29 ext. 1234 echo $page->getUnformatted('phone'); // +79163180729 echo $page->phone->format(PhoneNumberConst::RFC3966); // tel:+7-916-318-07-29;ext=1234 echo $page->phone->getNationalNumber(); // 9163180729 Usage: PW selectors
      FieldtypePhoneNumber is instance of FieldtypeText. It stores phone numbers and extensions as string in E164 format with #extention (if provided by user and enabled in settings) E.g. in db it looks like this: '+79163180729#1234'. This makes it easy to query fields as any text field.
      echo $pages->find([     'template' => 'my_temlate',     'phone^=' => '+79163180729', ]); // will echo page ids where phone starts with '+79163180729' Finally
      I've decided to put it here first and later to Modules directory (based on your feedbacks).
      GitHub: https://github.com/valieand/HelperPhone
      Enjoy
    • By justb3a
      Little admin helper module: Using this module you can view all template cache settings at once. E.g. cache status, cache time (configurable). Furthermore it adds the functionality to clear the entire template cache or just the template cache for a given template. Note that this may cause a temporary delay for one or more requests while pages are re-cached.

       
      GitHub: https://github.com/justb3a/processwire-templatecacheoverview
    • By Steven Veerbeek
      Hi,
      I am trying to create a module for a webshop in which I can predefine a number of thumbnail sizes for my product images. I was thinking of storing each of these image sizes as a child page with 'width' and 'height' fields under the module page , so I can use a PageTable input field in my module to easily manage them.
      I know how to create a Pagetable field and add it to templates so I can use it in regular pages, but because I am planning on implementing some other functionalities that (I think) can't be achieved with a regular page, I need the PageTable field to work within a module.
      So far I have come up with this piece of code by trial and error:
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      I hope my explanation makes sense. I am fairly new to Processwire (and module development in particular) so perhaps I am just trying to use PageTable in a way it was not intended to be. Maybe you guys could give me some directions on how to achieve what I am looking for?
      Thanks!