решено Ошибка SSL/TLS. Настройки e-mail

Deishelon

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#1
Доброго времени суток,
С недавнего времени при отправки писем,стала появляться такая ошибка

Ran into problems sending Mail. Response: 530 5.7.7 Email sending without SSL/TLS encryption is not allowed. Please see:

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Очевидно,Яндекс теперь не отправляет письма без SLL или TSL
Вопрос: Как же настроить сервер/сам двиг,что бы данные шифровались?
Спасибо
 

Exile

Администратор
#2
Вообще в третьем альфа-билде это исправлено. Обновляться по версиям настоятельно советовал бы.


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- вот непосредственно нужный коммит для исправления конкретно этой проблемы.
 

Deishelon

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#3
Вообще в третьем альфа-билде это исправлено. Обновляться по версиям настоятельно советовал бы.


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- вот непосредственно нужный коммит для исправления конкретно этой проблемы.
А как же поступить обладателю 2.0.7?

Если добавить $ssl = ($bb_cfg['smtp_ssl']) ? 'ssl://' : ''; в smtp.php ошибка сохраняется
 

Deishelon

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#4
Проблема решена!
Спасибо за намек

Если кому будет нужно

В config.php
Код:
 // SMPT
$bb_cfg['smtp_port']               = 465;    // SMTP server port
$bb_cfg['smtp_host']               = 'smtp.yandex.ru';    // SMTP server host
$bb_cfg['smtp_ssl']                = true; // use ssl connect
$bb_cfg['smtp_username']           = '';    // enter a username if your SMTP server requires it
$bb_cfg['smtp_password']           = '';    // enter a password if your SMTP server requires it
Код:
<?php
if (!defined('BB_ROOT')) die(basename(__FILE__));
define('SMTP_INCLUDED', 1);
function server_parse($socket, $response, $line = __LINE__)
{
    $server_response = '';
    while (substr($server_response, 3, 1) != ' ')
    {
        if (!($server_response = fgets($socket, 256)))
        {
            bb_die('Could not get mail server response codes');
        }
    }
    if (!(substr($server_response, 0, 3) == $response))
    {
        bb_die('Ran into problems sending mail. Response: '. $server_response);
    }
}
// Replacement or substitute for PHP's mail command
function smtpmail($mail_to, $subject, $message, $headers = '')
{
    global $bb_cfg;
    // Fix any bare linefeeds in the message to make it RFC821 Compliant.
    $message = preg_replace("#(?<!\r)\n#si", "\r\n", $message);
    if ($headers != '')
    {
        if (is_array($headers))
        {
            if (sizeof($headers) > 1)
            {
                $headers = join("\n", $headers);
            }
            else
            {
                $headers = $headers[0];
            }
        }
        $headers = chop($headers);
        // Make sure there are no bare linefeeds in the headers
        $headers = preg_replace('#(?<!\r)\n#si', "\r\n", $headers);
        // Ok this is rather confusing all things considered,
        // but we have to grab bcc and cc headers and treat them differently
        // Something we really didn't take into consideration originally
        $header_array = explode("\r\n", $headers);
        @reset($header_array);
        $headers = $cc = $bcc = '';
        while(list(, $header) = each($header_array))
        {
            if (preg_match('#^cc:#si', $header))
            {
                $cc = preg_replace('#^cc:(.*)#si', '\1', $header);
            }
            else if (preg_match('#^bcc:#si', $header))
            {
                $bcc = preg_replace('#^bcc:(.*)#si', '\1', $header);
                $header = '';
            }
            $headers .= ($header != '') ? $header . "\r\n" : '';
        }
        $headers = chop($headers);
        $cc = explode(', ', $cc);
        $bcc = explode(', ', $bcc);
    }
    if (trim($subject) == '')
    {
        bb_die('No email subject specified');
    }
    if (trim($message) == '')
    {
        bb_die('Email message was blank');
    }
    // Ok we have error checked as much as we can to this point let's get on
    // it already.
    $ssl = ($bb_cfg['smtp_ssl']) ? 'ssl://' : '';
    if( !$socket = @fsockopen($ssl . $bb_cfg['smtp_host'], $bb_cfg['smtp_port'], $errno, $errstr, 20) )
    {
        bb_die('Could not connect to smtp host : '. $errno .' : '. $errstr);
    }
    // Wait for reply
    server_parse($socket, "220", __LINE__);
    // Do we want to use AUTH?, send RFC2554 EHLO, else send RFC821 HELO
    // This improved as provided by SirSir to accomodate
    if( !empty($bb_cfg['smtp_username']) && !empty($bb_cfg['smtp_password']) )
    {
        fputs($socket, "EHLO " . $bb_cfg['smtp_host'] . "\r\n");
        server_parse($socket, "250", __LINE__);
        fputs($socket, "AUTH LOGIN\r\n");
        server_parse($socket, "334", __LINE__);
        fputs($socket, base64_encode($bb_cfg['smtp_username']) . "\r\n");
        server_parse($socket, "334", __LINE__);
        fputs($socket, base64_encode($bb_cfg['smtp_password']) . "\r\n");
        server_parse($socket, "235", __LINE__);
    }
    else
    {
        fputs($socket, "HELO " . $bb_cfg['smtp_host'] . "\r\n");
        server_parse($socket, "250", __LINE__);
    }
    // From this point onward most server response codes should be 250
    // Specify who the mail is from....
    fputs($socket, "MAIL FROM: <" . $bb_cfg['board_email'] . ">\r\n");
    server_parse($socket, "250", __LINE__);
    // Add an additional bit of error checking to the To field.
    $mail_to = (trim($mail_to) == '') ? 'Undisclosed-recipients:;' : trim($mail_to);
    if (preg_match('#[^ ]+\@[^ ]+#', $mail_to))
    {
        fputs($socket, "RCPT TO: <$mail_to>\r\n");
        server_parse($socket, "250", __LINE__);
    }
    // Ok now do the CC and BCC fields...
    @reset($bcc);
    while(list(, $bcc_address) = each($bcc))
    {
        // Add an additional bit of error checking to bcc header...
        $bcc_address = trim($bcc_address);
        if (preg_match('#[^ ]+\@[^ ]+#', $bcc_address))
        {
            fputs($socket, "RCPT TO: <$bcc_address>\r\n");
            server_parse($socket, "250", __LINE__);
        }
    }
    @reset($cc);
    while(list(, $cc_address) = each($cc))
    {
        // Add an additional bit of error checking to cc header
        $cc_address = trim($cc_address);
        if (preg_match('#[^ ]+\@[^ ]+#', $cc_address))
        {
            fputs($socket, "RCPT TO: <$cc_address>\r\n");
            server_parse($socket, "250", __LINE__);
        }
    }
    // Ok now we tell the server we are ready to start sending data
    fputs($socket, "DATA\r\n");
    // This is the last response code we look for until the end of the message.
    server_parse($socket, "354", __LINE__);
    // Send the Subject Line...
    fputs($socket, "Subject: $subject\r\n");
    // Now the To Header.
    fputs($socket, "To: $mail_to\r\n");
    // Now any custom headers....
    fputs($socket, "$headers\r\n\r\n");
    // Ok now we are ready for the message...
    fputs($socket, "$message\r\n");
    // Ok the all the ingredients are mixed in let's cook this puppy...
    fputs($socket, ".\r\n");
    server_parse($socket, "250", __LINE__);
    // Now tell the server we are done and close the socket...
    fputs($socket, "QUIT\r\n");
    fclose($socket);
    return TRUE;
}
 
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