- From: Brian Stafford <brian stafford uklinux net>
- To: chbm chbm nu
- Cc: Balsa List <balsa-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: gentoo
- Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 15:55:17 +0100
On Tue 15:32, 23 April 2002 Carlos Morgado wrote:
> On 2002.04.23 14:55:36 +0100 Lang Hurst wrote:
>> Sorry, I guess that my posting wasn't quite as informative as it could have
>> been. The problem is during ./configure. The error is:
>> checking whether to use LDAP... no
>> checking whether to build ESMTP support... yes
>> checking for smtp_start_session in -lesmtp... no
>> configure: error: *** You enabled ESMTP but esmtp library is not found.
>> This is after building libesmtp from source.
> did you build with
> --enable-require-all-recipients add extra API call, needed for Balsa
For the current libESMTP (0.8.12) this doesn't matter anymore, the option has
gone and the corresponding API is "official". In the end I couldn't convince
myself that it wasn't useful in some situations.
Any libESMTP version <= 0.8.11 definitely needs it, --enable-all has the same
effect but it enables a number of other features as well, currently ETRN
support (not terribly useful) and nonstandard EHLO AUTH=login syntax (handy
for broken Yahoo! MTAs).
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