The SmtpClient class provides an SMTP client, as the alert reader will have inferred from its name.
Archiveopteryx uses it to send outgoing messages to a smarthost.
Constructs an SMTP client which will immediately connect to address and introduce itself, and then wait politely for something to do.
Returns a dot-escaped version of s, with a dot-cr-lf appended. This function probably should change lone CR or LF characters to CRLF, but it doesn't yet.
Returns the client's error string, which is empty if no error has occurred.
Finishes message sending activities, however they turned out, and notifies the user. status is used as Recipient::status() for all unhandled recipients.
Reacts appropriately to any failure. Assumes that line is a complete SMTP reply line, including three-digit status code.
This private helper returns a pointer to an idle SMTP client, or a null pointer if none are idle.
Sends quit after t seconds. t must not be 0.
Any subsequent use of the SmtpClient cancels the logout.
Returns the SIZE argument provided by the smarthost, or 0 if we haven't connected to the smarthost, or if the smarthost sent something shady.
Reads and reacts to SMTP/LMTP responses. Sends new commands.
Provides an SMTP client.
If one is idly waiting now, provide() returns its address. If not, provide() makes one and then returns it.
Returns true if this SmtpClient is ready to send() mail. SmtpClient notifies its owner when it becomes ready.
Parses line assuming it is an extension announcement, and records the extensions found. Parse errors, unknown extensions and so on are silently ignored.
Starts sending the message held by dsn with the right sender and recipients. Updates the dsn and its recipients with information about which recipients fail or succeed, and how. Notifies user when it's done.
Does not use DSN::envelopeId() at present.
Sends a single SMTP command.
Returns a pointer to the DSN currently being sent, or a null pointer if none.
Returns true if the most recent transmission attempt worked for at least one recipient, and false if not.
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