|Subject:||Re: sending mail|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Wed, 3 May 2006|
"Mehmet" <mehmet.demir…@planet.com.tr> wrote in message
> I use C++ Builder 6.0 and Indy 8.0.25 which comes with C++ Builder.
That is a very old version of Indy which is no longer supported. You should
seriously consider upgrading to the current 9.0.50 snapshot.
> I am trying to send an e-mail to myself using gmail smtp server.
GMail requires SSL connections. I do not know if Indy 8 supports SSL. Indy
> I see that the connection is successful because OnConnected event is fired
That does not mean that the connection is successful. Indy is not an
event-driven library. The OnConnect event is triggered when the underlying
socket is accepted on the remote server. But TIdSMTP::Connect() performs
various operations afterwards to valid the server and get its capabilities.
The OnConnected event is triggered before that happens. A successful
connection is one where Connect() does not throw an exception into your
sending mail posted by Mehmet on Wed, 3 May 2006