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Hey guys, I installed ssmtp on a SVN server to send me a text message whenever I backup fails. It was setup to use my Gmail account to send the ...
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    SSMTP Authentication Issue


    Hey guys, I installed ssmtp on a SVN server to send me a text message whenever I backup fails. It was setup to use my Gmail account to send the messages and everything was working fine until I changed my password with Gmail.

    I updated my ssmtp.conf file with the new password but I am receiving this error:


    "ssmtp: Authorization failed (535 5.7.1 mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=14257 h70sm4817870yhk.1)"


    I'm not sure if it is holding a cached copy of the old password or if it is not reading the conf file or what...

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!

    ~Ryan

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    Solved: Gmail port change.

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