Re: Email reports from a program:


Nard Moseley (Digital Metaphors) wrote:

I Googled and found an example of using Indy to send Gmail (see link
below). Looks like it requires the account user name and password, which
is not suprising. I can think of the following options for getting user
account info.

Shouldn't it be possible to use to send mail to any @gmail
account without needing a password? I always thought that was the idea of
an smtp server: Accept mail for the users known to it.



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