[Chandler-dev] passing mail functional tests
bkirsch at osafoundation.org
Mon Dec 11 11:36:55 PST 2006
On Dec 11, 2006, at 6:00 AM, Grant Baillie wrote:
> On 10 Dec, 2006, at 20:37, Reid Ellis wrote:
>> I'm still getting this problem. Please note that this is with a
>> virgin Chandler checkout - no local changes made at all. I want to
>> fix my tinderbox issues relating to the mail address indicator
>> code, but until I can fix this, I am at a loss. Any insight would
>> be greatly appreciated.
>> For a glorious, full-res screenshot:
> Well, there probably is a Windows DNS setting somewhere you could
> use to make sure your hostname contains a ".". Good luck finding
> that ;). Seriously, the IT folks probably know: you could try
> filing a support ticket. If you have cygwin, maybe the "hostname"
> command will do the trick?
> I think I mentioned on IRC the other day that we should think about
> having Chandler send the IP address (v4 or v6) in SMTP EHLO/HELO
> instead of the hostname. There's an allowed syntax for this in RFC
> (2)821, it's used by at least two clients I know of, and in my
> experience it works better than requiring users' client OSes to be
> configured right. (By "IP address" here, I mean the return value of
> socket.getpeername(), i.e. the source IP address of the connected
Hum, perhaps that is a good suggestion. Let me take a look at the
twisted code and see what it is currently sending on EHLO / HELO.
>> On Dec 9, 2006, at 3:29, Reid Ellis wrote:
>>> It's strange, I updated to Brian's r12591, which the tinderbox
>>> was green with early this afternoon, but I keep getting
>>> functional test failures for TestNewMail, with the dialog coming
>>> up asking if I want to set up a mail account. I rm'ed the whole
>>> chandler dir and re-checked out, but no luck, still the same
>>> This is under Windows XP running in Parallels on a Mac Pro.
>>> Do I need to set up the Windows environment to produce a proper
>>> fully-qualified domain name or something to pass the mail test?
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