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NAME

       Email::Sender::Transport::SMTP - send email over SMTP

VERSION

       version 1.300031

DESCRIPTION

       This transport is used to send email over SMTP, either with or without secure sockets
       (SSL/TLS).  It is one of the most complex transports available, capable of partial
       success.

       For a potentially more efficient version of this transport, see
       Email::Sender::Transport::SMTP::Persistent.

ATTRIBUTES

       The following attributes may be passed to the constructor:

       "host": the name of the host to connect to; defaults to "localhost"
       "ssl": if 'starttls', use STARTTLS; if 'ssl' (or 1), connect securely; otherwise, no
       security
       "ssl_options": passed to Net::SMTP constructor for 'ssl' connections or to starttls for
       'starttls' connections; should contain extra options for IO::Socket::SSL
       "port": port to connect to; defaults to 25 for non-SSL, 465 for 'ssl', 587 for 'starttls'
       "timeout": maximum time in secs to wait for server; default is 120
       "sasl_username": the username to use for auth; optional
       "sasl_password": the password to use for auth; required if "username" is provided
       "allow_partial_success": if true, will send data even if some recipients were rejected;
       defaults to false
       "helo": what to say when saying HELO; no default
       "localaddr": local address from which to connect
       "localport": local port from which to connect
       "debug": if true, put the Net::SMTP object in debug mode

PARTIAL SUCCESS

       If "allow_partial_success" was set when creating the transport, the transport may return
       Email::Sender::Success::Partial objects.  Consult that module's documentation.

AUTHOR

       Ricardo Signes <rjbs@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2017 by Ricardo Signes.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.