Discussion:
Blat Lite 3.0.0 issue
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cawthra2455
2013-02-26 15:44:00 UTC
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Not sure why, but Blat lite 3.0.0 fails, while Blat32 3.1.0 has no
problems. How do I download newest blat64 and blatlite versions?

C:\u\pagers>blat small2.bat -t ***@rxxxxx.com
Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:00:32)
32-bit Windows, Full, Unicode

Sending small2.bat to ***@rxxxxx.com
Subject: Contents of file: small2.bat
Login name is ***@rxxxxx.com

C:\u\pagers>blatlite small2.bat -t ***@rxxxxx.com
Blat lite v3.0.0 (build : Feb 17 2012 17:47:03)

Sending small2.bat to ***@rxxxxx.com
Subject: Contents of file: small2.bat
Login name is ***@rxxxxx.com
The SMTP server does not like the name ***@rxxxxx.com.
Have you set the 'To:' field correctly, or do you need authorization
(-u/-pw) ?
The SMTP server response was -> 550 Relaying denied (#5.7.1)




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cawthra2455
2013-02-26 18:03:44 UTC
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Found the latest 64bit 3.1.0 version, and it has the same problem as the lite version!
Tim Musson
2013-02-26 18:19:24 UTC
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Hey cawthra2455,

That doesn't looks like a Blat problem to me. The last line is a
message back from the SMTP server telling you that you didn't give it
credentials it would accept...

Does this work on another version of Blat?

Did you run Blat -install <options> to populate the registry?
Did you include a login ID and password?


On Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 10:44:00 AM you wrote

c> Not sure why, but Blat lite 3.0.0 fails, while Blat32 3.1.0 has no
c> problems. How do I download newest blat64 and blatlite versions?

C:\u\pagers>>blat small2.bat -t ***@rxxxxx.com
c> Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:00:32)
c> 32-bit Windows, Full, Unicode

c> Sending small2.bat to ***@rxxxxx.com
c> Subject: Contents of file: small2.bat
c> Login name is ***@rxxxxx.com

C:\u\pagers>>blatlite small2.bat -t ***@rxxxxx.com
c> Blat lite v3.0.0 (build : Feb 17 2012 17:47:03)

c> Sending small2.bat to ***@rxxxxx.com
c> Subject: Contents of file: small2.bat
c> Login name is ***@rxxxxx.com
c> The SMTP server does not like the name ***@rxxxxx.com.
c> Have you set the 'To:' field correctly, or do you need authorization
c> (-u/-pw) ?
c> The SMTP server response was -> 550 Relaying denied (#5.7.1)
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Tim Musson
Flying with The Bat! eMail v5.2.2
I can send email, but I can't receive it! What do I do?
Mike Mattos
2013-02-26 18:41:08 UTC
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I guess I wasn't clear enough! It is the SAME installation and registry,
just running 3 versions of blat from the same directory, and only the 3.1.0
32 bit can send mail







From: ***@yahoogroups.com [mailto:***@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Tim
Musson
Sent: February-26-13 13:19
To: cawthra2455
Subject: Re: [blat] Blat Lite 3.0.0 issue





Hey cawthra2455,

That doesn't looks like a Blat problem to me. The last line is a
message back from the SMTP server telling you that you didn't give it
credentials it would accept...

Does this work on another version of Blat?

Did you run Blat -install to populate the registry?
Did you include a login ID and password?

On Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 10:44:00 AM you wrote

c> Not sure why, but Blat lite 3.0.0 fails, while Blat32 3.1.0 has no
c> problems. How do I download newest blat64 and blatlite versions?

C:\u\pagers>>blat small2.bat -t ***@rxxxxx.com
<mailto:mmxxxxx%40rxxxxx.com>
c> Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:00:32)
c> 32-bit Windows, Full, Unicode

c> Sending small2.bat to ***@rxxxxx.com <mailto:mxxxxx%40rxxxxx.com>
c> Subject: Contents of file: small2.bat
c> Login name is ***@rxxxxx.com <mailto:mxxxxx%40rxxxxx.com>

C:\u\pagers>>blatlite small2.bat -t ***@rxxxxx.com
<mailto:mxxxxx%40rxxxxx.com>
c> Blat lite v3.0.0 (build : Feb 17 2012 17:47:03)

c> Sending small2.bat to ***@rxxxxx.com <mailto:mxxxxx%40rxxxxx.com>
c> Subject: Contents of file: small2.bat
c> Login name is ***@rxxxxx.com <mailto:mxxxxx%40rxxxxx.com>
c> The SMTP server does not like the name ***@rxxxxx.com
<mailto:mxxxxx%40rxxxxx.com> .
c> Have you set the 'To:' field correctly, or do you need authorization
c> (-u/-pw) ?
c> The SMTP server response was -> 550 Relaying denied (#5.7.1)
--
Tim Musson
Flying with The Bat! eMail v5.2.2
I can send email, but I can't receive it! What do I do?





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Tim Musson
2013-02-26 18:48:34 UTC
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Hey Mike,

On Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 1:41:08 PM you wrote

MM> I guess I wasn't clear enough! It is the SAME installation and registry,
MM> just running 3 versions of blat from the same directory, and only the 3.1.0
MM> 32 bit can send mail

Ah, ok, have you tried using the -debug and -log options to gather
more info than just what goes to the screen? You can also try
-superdebug and or -superdebugT.
--
Tim Musson
Flying with The Bat! eMail v5.2.2
An unbreakable toy is useful for breaking other toys.
Mike Mattos
2013-02-26 19:40:06 UTC
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Breakthrough! , here is the failed, and working superdebugT



The working version detects my global IP and sends via rogers, the 64 bit
finds my local gateway and tries to use that, but the local server cannot
relay because it is a residential ISP account. But why do the blat versions
ac differently?



C:\u\pagers>blat64 test.bat -to ***@rogers.com -superdebugT

Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:01:02)

64-bit Windows, Full, Unicode



Checking option -to

superDebug: init_winsock(), WSAStartup() returned 0 (NO_ERROR)

superDebug: Attempting to connect to ip address 10.0.0.10

superDebug: Received 43 bytes:

220 sevenagain.cawthracomputers.com ESMTP

<<<getline<<< 220 sevenagain.cawthracomputers.com ESMTP

superDebug: Attempting to send 26 bytes:

EHLO seven-pc.rogers.com
putline>>> EHLO seven-pc.rogers.com
superDebug: Received 135 bytes:

250-cawthracomputers.com Hi pc-00101.cawthracomputers.com [10.0.0.101]

250-PIPELINING

250-8BITMIME

250-SIZE 15000000

250 STARTTLS

<<<getline<<< 250-cawthracomputers.com Hi pc-00101.cawthracomputers.com
[10.0.0.

101]

<<<getline<<< 250-PIPELINING

<<<getline<<< 250-8BITMIME

<<<getline<<< 250-SIZE 15000000

<<<getline<<< 250 STARTTLS

Sending test.bat to ***@rogers.com

Subject: Contents of file: test.bat
superDebug: Received 74 bytes:

250 <***@rogers.com>, sender OK - how exciting to get mail from you!

<<<getline<<< 250 <***@rogers.com>, sender OK - how exciting to get mail
fro

m you!
superDebug: Received 30 bytes:

550 Relaying denied (#5.7.1)

<<<getline<<< 550 Relaying denied (#5.7.1)

*** Warning *** The SMTP server does not like the name ***@rogers.com.

*** Warning *** Have you set the 'To:' field correctly, or do you need
authoriz

ation (-u/-pw) ?

*** Warning *** The SMTP server response was -> 550 Relaying denied
(#5.7.1)

superDebug: Attempting to send 6 bytes:

QUIT
putline>>> QUIT
superDebug: Received 68 bytes:

221 cawthracomputers.com closing connection. Have a wonderful day.

<<<getline<<< 221 cawthracomputers.com closing connection. Have a wonderful
day.













C:\u\pagers>blat test.bat -to ***@rogers.com -superdebugT

Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:00:32)

32-bit Windows, Full, Unicode



Checking option -to

superDebug: init_winsock(), WSAStartup() returned 0 (NO_ERROR)

superDebug: Hostname <smtp.broadband.rogers.com> resolved to ip address
98.139.2

21.125

superDebug: Official hostname is smtp-rog.mail.a03.yahoodns.net

superDebug: Attempting to connect to ip address 98.139.221.125

superDebug: Received 42 bytes:

220 smtp106.rog.mail.bf1.yahoo.com ESMTP

<<<getline<<< 220 smtp106.rog.mail.bf1.yahoo.com ESMTP

superDebug: Attempting to send 26 bytes:

EHLO seven-pc.rogers.com
putline>>> EHLO seven-pc.rogers.com
superDebug: Received 117 bytes:

250-smtp106.rog.mail.bf1.yahoo.com

250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN XYMCOOKIE

250-PIPELINING

250-SIZE 41697280

250 8BITMIME

<<<getline<<< 250-smtp106.rog.mail.bf1.yahoo.com

<<<getline<<< 250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN XYMCOOKIE

<<<getline<<< 250-PIPELINING

<<<getline<<< 250-SIZE 41697280

<<<getline<<< 250 8BITMIME

Sending test.bat to ***@rogers.com

Subject: Contents of file: test.bat

Login name is ***@rogers.com

superDebug: Attempting to send 53 bytes:

AUTH PLAIN AG1tYXR0b3NAcm9nZXJzLmNvbQA0MTQ2ODUyMA==
putline>>> AUTH PLAIN *****
superDebug: Received 18 bytes:

235 OK, go ahead

<<<getline<<< 235 OK, go ahead
superDebug: Received 20 bytes:

250 OK , completed

<<<getline<<< 250 OK , completed
superDebug: Received 20 bytes:

250 OK , completed

<<<getline<<< 250 OK , completed

superDebug: Attempting to send 6 bytes:

DATA
putline>>> DATA
superDebug: Received 36 bytes:

354 Start Mail. End with CRLF.CRLF

<<<getline<<< 354 Start Mail. End with CRLF.CRLF

superDebug: Attempting to send 387 bytes:

Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2013 14:27:14 -0500

From: ***@rogers.com

To: ***@rogers.com

X-Mailer: Blat v3.1.0, a Win32 SMTP/NNTP mailer http://www.blat.net

Message-ID:
<01ce1457$Blat.v3.1.0$484aa9ea$***@smtp.broadband.rogers.co

m>

Subject: Contents of file: test.bat

Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BIT

Content-Type: text/plain;

charset="ISO-8859-1"

arg wed nite mtg

.

superDebug: Received 20 bytes:

250 OK , completed

<<<getline<<< 250 OK , completed

superDebug: Attempting to send 6 bytes:

QUIT
putline>>> QUIT
superDebug: Received 34 bytes:

221 Service Closing transmission

<<<getline<<< 221 Service Closing transmission



C:\u\pagers>blat test.bat -to ***@rogers.com -superdebugT



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Chip
2013-02-26 19:45:16 UTC
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Post by Mike Mattos
I guess I wasn't clear enough! It is the SAME installation and registry,
just running 3 versions of blat from the same directory, and only the
3.1.0 32 bit can send mail
32-bit and 64-bit versions of Blat may store their registry entries to
different areas. I suggest you run Blat -install for your 64-bit version to
ensure you have correct keys stored.

By the way, I ran both the 32-bit Win32 version and the 64-bit version just
now on my 64-bit Windows 7 home system, using -superdebugT option, and both
versions were able to log into AT&T just fine. Since I can't attach images,
the differences between the two log files were related to 64 v 32, date
stamps, Message ID: line, X-Mailer: line, Subject: line, and which Yahoo
server I connected in the Yahoo pool.

Chip
------------------------------------------------------------
Here is my command window output:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\Chip>f:

F:\>cd blat310

F:\BLAT310>win32\Release\blat.exe c:missions.txt -t myself -s "Testing
32-bit Blat on 64-bit Windows 7" -superdebugT -log R:\blat32.txt
Checking option -log
Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:00:32)
32-bit Windows, Full, Unicode

Checking option -t
Checking option -s

F:\BLAT310>x64\Release\blat.exe c:missions.txt -t myself -s "Testing 64-bit
Blat on 64-bit Windows 7" -superdebugT -log R:\blat64.txt
Checking option -log
Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:01:02)
64-bit Windows, Full, Unicode

Checking option -t
Checking option -s

F:\BLAT310>

------------------------------------------------------------

These are the only lines that differed between the two log files. I use a
program called Beyond Compare (www.scootersoftware.com) that lets me compare
whole directories and individual files.

Lines of difference from Blat64.txt:

2013.02.26 12:36:19 (Tue)------------Start of Session-----------------
Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:01:02)
64-bit Windows, Full, Unicode

220 smtp109.sbc.mail.mud.yahoo.com ESMTP
<<<getline<<< 220 smtp109.sbc.mail.mud.yahoo.com ESMTP

250-smtp109.sbc.mail.mud.yahoo.com

<<<getline<<< 250-smtp109.sbc.mail.mud.yahoo.com

Subject: Testing 64-bit Blat on 64-bit Windows 7

superDebug: Attempting to send 1304 bytes:
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2013 12:36:20 -0700

X-Mailer: Blat v3.1.0, a Win64 (AMD64) SMTP/NNTP mailer http://www.blat.net
Message-ID: <01ce1458$Blat.v3.1.0$8d6aab8d$***@127.0.0.1>
Subject: Testing 64-bit Blat on 64-bit Windows 7

2013.02.26 12:36:20 (Tue)-------------End of Session------------------
------------------------------------------------------------

Lines of difference from Blat32.txt:

2013.02.26 12:36:12 (Tue)------------Start of Session-----------------
Blat v3.1.0 (build : Feb 2 2013 11:00:32)
32-bit Windows, Full, Unicode

220 smtp102.sbc.mail.gq1.yahoo.com ESMTP
<<<getline<<< 220 smtp102.sbc.mail.gq1.yahoo.com ESMTP

250-smtp102.sbc.mail.gq1.yahoo.com

<<<getline<<< 250-smtp102.sbc.mail.gq1.yahoo.com

Subject: Testing 32-bit Blat on 64-bit Windows 7

superDebug: Attempting to send 1300 bytes:
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2013 12:36:12 -0700

X-Mailer: Blat v3.1.0, a Win32 SMTP/NNTP mailer http://www.blat.net
Message-ID: <01ce1458$Blat.v3.1.0$890a1a51$***@127.0.0.1>
Subject: Testing 32-bit Blat on 64-bit Windows 7

2013.02.26 12:36:13 (Tue)-------------End of Session------------------
Mike Mattos
2013-02-26 20:38:06 UTC
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Now I'm getting frustrated! I found both 32 and 64 bit keys in the
registry, changed them, and got BOTH versions to work but only with -u and
-pw options.



How do I install them? Blat keeps telling me it is logging in with the
SENDER name, not the USER name.



I put the user name and password in the registry but get errors about not
accepting Auth PLAIN followed by does not require AUTH LOGIN, yet without
the -u -pw values, it wasn't sending!



There used to be an app to display the stored blat values, is it still
available?



I'll keep poking at it for a while, at least I see why the 64 bit had
issues! But why Lite failed, I do not know!







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Mike Mattos
2013-02-26 21:20:10 UTC
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And I found it! There was a set of keys in
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wow6432Node\PublicDomain\Blat and another in in
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\S-1-5-21-~~~~~-1001\Sotfware\Wow6432Node\PublicDomain\Blat



Once I removed the second set, all three versions (64,32,Lite) worked
properly with no need for user name and password!



Very strange!



From: ***@yahoogroups.com [mailto:***@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Mike
Mattos
Sent: February-26-13 15:38
To: ***@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: [blat] Blat Lite 3.0.0 issue





Now I'm getting frustrated! I found both 32 and 64 bit keys in the
registry, changed them, and got BOTH versions to work but only with -u and
-pw options.

How do I install them? Blat keeps telling me it is logging in with the
SENDER name, not the USER name.

I put the user name and password in the registry but get errors about not
accepting Auth PLAIN followed by does not require AUTH LOGIN, yet without
the -u -pw values, it wasn't sending!

There used to be an app to display the stored blat values, is it still
available?

I'll keep poking at it for a while, at least I see why the 64 bit had
issues! But why Lite failed, I do not know!

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