mailing setup for mailx, SMTPMailer.php, and nodemailer

13 days ago

generate a “special” password here: https://myaccount.google.com/u/2/apppasswords?rapt=AEjHLxxxxxx

“special” password is used for mailx (mail.rc) and SMTPMailer.php

node uses oath2 keys

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mailx – uses /etc/mail.rc uses password generated in the step above.

EXAMPLE:
echo `date` | /usr/bin/mailx -A gmailSMTP-noreply -s “test subject TEST” mark@edwardsmark.com ;

/etc/mail.rc:

account gmailSMTP-noreply { set smtp-use-starttls set ssl-verify=ignore set smtp-auth=login set smtp=smtp://smtp.gmail.com:587 set smtp-auth-user=noreply@comptonpeslonline.com set smtp-auth-password=gXXXXv set ssl-verify=ignore set nss-config-dir=/home/comptonpeslonline.com/gmailCerts/
}

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SMTPMailer.php:

define (‘DEFAULT_EMAIL’ , ‘noreply@comptonpeslonline.com’ );
define (‘PORT25TEST’ , ‘check-auth-edwardsmarkf=gmail.com@verifier.port25.com’ );

define (‘DEFAULT_SMTP_HOST’ , ‘smtp.gmail.com’ ); // 2016-12-05
define (‘DEFAULT_SMTP_LOGIN’ , ‘noreply@comptonpeslonline.com’ ); // 2016-12-05
define (‘DEFAULT_SMTP_PASSWD’ , ‘gXXXXXXXv’ );

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node uses an “auth0” approach:

const nodemailer = require(‘nodemailer’) ;

const authEmailAddy = ‘noreply@comptonpeslonline.com’ ;
const clientId = ‘6884XXXXXXh6n.apps.googleusercontent.com’ ;
const clientSecret = ‘SXXXXXXS’ ;
const refreshToken = ’1//0XXXXCq4’ ;

var auth = { type : ‘oauth2’ , user : authEmailAddy , clientId , clientSecret , refreshToken };

var transporter = nodemailer.createTransport( { service : ‘gmail’ , auth }
);

node example: /home/comptonpeslonline.com/public_html/comptonPractice/homeworkAssignment/ticklerMailer/ticklerMailer.js

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javascript anonymous functions

36 days ago

https://www.javascripttutorial.net/javascript-anonymous-functions/

( () => { console.log(‘Immediately invoked function execution’);
}) ();

Mark Edwards

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php Auth0 examples

63 days ago

  1. cat passParamters.php

<?php

$parmArray = [ ‘Parm1’ => ‘One’ , ‘Parm2’ => ‘Two’ , ‘ServerTime’ => date(‘Y-m-d H:i:s’) ];

$state = !empty($_GET[“state”]) ? $_GET[“state”] : null; // ?? $code = !empty($_GET[“code”]) ? $_GET[“code”] : null;
require ‘vendor/autoload.php’;
use Auth0\SDK\Auth0;

define(‘redirectUrl’ , ( $_SERVER[‘HTTPS’] ? ‘https’ : ‘http’ ) . ‘://’ . $_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST’] . $_SERVER[‘SCRIPT_NAME’] );

$auth0 = new Auth0([ ‘domain’ => ‘dev-2XXX8.auth0.com’, ‘client_id’ => ‘kZvXXXX6TC’, ‘client_secret’ => ‘4pXXXW0’, ‘redirect_uri’ => constant(‘redirectUrl’), ‘scope’ => ‘openid profile email’,
]);

$userInfo = null;
try { $userInfo = $auth0->getUser();
} catch (Exception $e) { $auth0->logout(); error_log( ‘Line: ‘ . LINE . ‘ — Caught Auth0 exception: ‘ . $e->getMessage() . ‘ — exiting program.’ . “\n” ); header(‘Location: ?logout=1’ ) ; exit;
}

if (!$userInfo) { // We have no user info // pass the param in $state variable

$state = http_build_query($parmArray); $auth0->login($state, null, []); exit; } else { // User is authenticated $userInfo = $auth0->getUser(); printf( ‘Hello %s!’, htmlspecialchars( $userInfo[‘name’] ) ); echo ‘
Logout‘; $get_string = $state; echo ‘
Result:
‘; parse_str($get_string, $get_array); echo $get_string; echo ‘
‘; print_r($get_array); echo ‘
‘; phpinfo(); // See below for how to display user information }
  1. cat prefillEmailAddressMark.php

require ‘vendor/autoload.php’;
use Auth0\SDK\Auth0;

define(‘defaultEmail’ , ‘mark@edwardsmark.com’ );

define(‘redirectUrl’ , ( $_SERVER[‘HTTPS’] ? ‘https’ : ‘http’ ) . ‘://’ . $_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST’] . $_SERVER[‘SCRIPT_NAME’] );

$auth0 = new Auth0([ ‘domain’ => ‘dev-2aXXXX8.auth0.com’, ‘client_id’ => ‘kZXXXXXTC’, ‘client_secret’ => ‘4XXXXXXXXW0’, ‘redirect_uri’ => constant(‘redirectUrl’), ‘scope’ => ‘openid profile email’,
]);

$userInfo = null;
try { $userInfo = $auth0->getUser();
} catch (Exception $e) { $auth0->logout(); error_log( ‘Line: ‘ . LINE . ‘ — Caught Auth0 exception: ‘ . $e->getMessage() . ‘ — exiting program.’ . “\n” ); header(‘Location: ?logout=1’ ) ; exit;
}

if (!$userInfo) { // We have no user info // pass login_hint in additonalParams array

$additionalParams= array(‘login_hint’ => constant(‘defaultEmail’) ); $auth0->login(null, null, $additionalParams); exit; } else { $userInfo = $auth0->getUser(); printf( ‘Hello %s!’, htmlspecialchars( $userInfo[‘name’] ));; phpinfo(); // User is authenticated // See below for how to display user information }
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Feathers and Auth0 over Proxy

103 days ago

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!! https://github.com/simov/grant-profile/issues/15
!!! “custom_params”: {“connection”: “google-oauth2”}, /* this is ONLY required if you want to use just ‘google’ !
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

“auth0.online” is the domain name and ‘proxyPort2004’ is the proxy name

IN /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf:

. . ProxyPass http://localhost:20004/ ProxyPassReverse http://localhost:20004/
. .

apachectl configtest ## apache lint test validate veryify apache !

IN ./config/default.json:

“auth0”: { “key”: “kZXXXXXXXXTC”, “secret”: “4pXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXtKxYSW0”, “scope”: [“openid”, “profile”, “email”], “subdomain”: “dev-2aXXXXw8”, “redirect_uri” : “https://auth0.online/proxyPort20004/oauth/connect/auth0/callback”, “callback” : “https://auth0.online/proxyPort20004/oauth/auth0/authenticate” }

IN https://manage.auth0.com/dashboard/us/dev-2a5aXX8/applications/:

. Application URIs:
. . . Application Login URI: https://auth0.online/proxyPort20004/
. . . Allowed Callback URLs: https://auth0.online/proxyPort20004/oauth/connect/auth0/callback
. . . Allowed Logout URLs: https://www.auth0.online/proxyPort20004/oauth/auth0/authenticate

Notice “redirect_uri” and Callback” URLs: match
also “callback” and “Allowed Logout URLs”

Mark Edwards

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WordPress and Auth0

125 days ago

1) install Auth0 for Wordpress and activate

2) Set WordPress settings accordingly from the WordPress control panel:

3) Set Auth0 control panel (on the Auth0.com website) Applications Settings accordingly:

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