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Re: [GNU Crypto] Using gnu-crypto-discuss to send emails via authorized SMTP servers



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>>>>> "Øyvind" == Øyvind Harboe <oyvind.harboe@xxxxxxxxx> writes:

Øyvind> ons, 21.01.2004 kl. 23.12 skrev Casey Marshall:
>> Sasl.createSaslClient() will return null if there is a fatal
>> configuration problem (i.e. if a Factory class cannot be found).

Øyvind> I take this as a "Yes GNU Crypto can be used for SMTP
Øyvind> authentication" :

More like "I think it can". I'm not at all familiar with the SASL
classes or javax.mail.

I'm guessing, however, that either

1) Sasl.createSaslClient is being called with `null' as the mechanisms
   array.

2) GnuCrypto isn't installed properly. Make sure that
   Security.getProvider("GnuCrypto") does not return null.

Øyvind> Which version do I need of GNU Crypto?

2.0.0. This will be released as soon as I figure out where we will
distribute it from (maybe gnu.org, maybe gnupg.org).

- -- 
Casey Marshall || rsdio@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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