@anonymous-piwik-user opened this issue on July 12th 2011

When building the array in core/mail.php line 48++ dynamically like I did, then you can leave out the SSL parameter in the config file and use a non-ssl mailserver. Otherwise (current version) you are embedding "ssl"->NULL and Zend cannot handle that.

Config can now look like: [mail] defaultHostnameIfEmpty = "hostname" transport = "smtp" port = 25 host = "non-ssl smtp server" type = "Login" username = "mail address" password = "password" encryption = "" #<- just leave it empty and a non-ssl connection can be made. Keywords: mail ssl

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on July 12th 2011

Attachment: Patch for mail.php MailPatch.patch

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on July 12th 2011

Sorry, did not use new-line correctly

Config can now look like: [mail] defaultHostnameIfEmpty = "hostname" transport = "smtp" port = 25 host = "non-ssl smtp server" type = "Login" username = "mail address" password = "password" encryption = "" //<- just leave it empty and a non-ssl connection can be made.

@mattab commented on July 14th 2011

(In [5019]) Fixes #2562 Kuddos kantan for the patch!

This issue was closed on July 14th 2011
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