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Delphi 7 Indy 10 SASL authentication Exchange 2010

smtpServer := TidSMTP.Create(nil);
mailMessage := TidMessage.Create(nil);

// 3-17-2010 Indy 10.2.3 redefined auth. props.;
smtpServer.AuthType := satSASL;
smtpServer.UseEhlo := True;

smtpServer.Port := strtoint(smtpPort) ;//25;
smtpServer.Host := smtpHost; // Exchange server IP address;;
smtpServer.Username := smtpUser;
smtpServer.Password := smtpPwd ;

This is the code I have found but no one will show how to setup the code for encryption interface - Exchange 2010 requires encrypted connection.  NO SMTP plugin;
latest version to compile/install is Indy 10.2.3.

I need some coding help, please.
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VTDelphi
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developmentguruPresidentCommented:
I'm afraid I would need access to an Exchange 2010 server to be much help and with the prices that MS charges I cannot afford to implement that at home.  I did find a question in EE that details what it takes to use the MS RPC Encryption.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Pascal/Delphi/Q_20976050.html

Once you have the MS RPC connection working the rest should be easy enough to handle with the INDY 10 SASL components.

While I hope this can get you started in the right direction I have no server to test against so I cannot write code that I have the ability to test.

I hope this helps.
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VTDelphiAuthor Commented:
Sorry so long to respond.  We are deploying an Exchange server.
I did find an example of what I think may work:

    http://ruminatedrumblings.blogspot.com/2008/04/smtp-mail-and-indy-again.html

I haven't completed testing - it requires OpenSSL.

We can retire this question if you like and I'll let you all know if this person's code solves my issue.

Thank you for your time,

Larry
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developmentguruPresidentCommented:
That sounds good to me.  I can give you a little "heads up" on Open SSL.  It is a PAIN to install and get working on 64 bit systems.
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