N2WS-22085 - can't use SMTP without a password.

N2WS-22085 - can't use SMTP without a password.

Issue:

can't use SMTP without a password for sending reports.

Solution:

  1. v4.2.2 - install attached patch and do below steps.
The patch add new config to the cpmserver.cfg, to disable the requirement for password.
 
Steps:

1. Connect via SSH to CPM, user is cpmuser
2. Edit or create this file:
/cpmdata/conf/cpmserver.cfg
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3. Add the following and set it to False (setting True is like pre-patch= need password)
[smtp]
authenticate=False

4. Restart apache (best done when no important backups running). 
sudo service apache2 restart

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