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Old 29th September 2011, 03:45
Kira Kira is offline
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Default Is the SMTP safe?

Hi,

I just found out I can connect to my SMTP Server via pythons smtplib without the need to login and send mails to whatever address with a random 'from'-address.

I did some relay tests online and they all say it's relay safe.. but... is it a correct behaviour?

As an example:

Code:
smpt = smptllib.SMTP('myServer.de')
smpt.sendmail('bla@blubb.com', 'someone@somewhere.de', '....;)
smpt.quit()
This works, and I am doing this from remote, not locally on my Server.

Kira
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