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Mail::OpenRelay::Simple(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Mail::OpenRelay::Simple(3)
 

Mail::OpenRelay::Simple - check if a mail server runs as an open relay.

  use Mail::OpenRelay::Simple;
  my $host = "127.0.0.1"; 
 
  my $scan = Mail::OpenRelay::Simple->new({
    host       => $host,
    timeout    => 5,
    from_email => "test\@foobar.com",
    rcpt_email => "test\@foobar.com",
    banner     => 0,
    debug      => 0
  });
  print "$host open relay\n" if $scan->check;

This module permit to check if a mail server runs as an open relay.
Note: this module provides only a simple test. No email message is sended.

The constructor. Given a host returns a Mail::OpenRelay::Simple object:
  my $scan = Mail::OpenRelay::Simple->new({ host => "127.0.0.1" });
Optionally, you can also specify :
port
remote port. Default is 25;
timeout
default is 8 seconds;
from_email
default is test\@foobar.com;
rcpt_email
default is test\@foobar.com;
banner
0 (none), 1 (show mail server banner). Default is 0;
debug
0 (none), 1 (show all requests). Defualt is 0;

Checks the target.
  $scan->check;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_mail_relay

Matteo Cantoni, <mcantoni@cpan.org>

You may distribute this module under the terms of the Artistic license. See Copying file in the source distribution archive.
Copyright (c) 2006, Matteo Cantoni
2006-07-20 perl v5.28.1

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