How to send email with Ghost publishing platform, with SMTP authentication over a TLS encrypted connection. Nodemailer is module for Node.js, for sending out emails, with support included for Unicode, HTML, SMTP, XOAUTH, SSL and TLS
A little while ago I installed Ghost on IIS, along with the required Node.js and iisnode module. All in an isolated test environment, in which Ghost runs as a production site only. Now I wanted migrate from WordPress to Ghost, but failed. Here’s the write up.
On StrongLoop we find an interesting article on scaling Node.js with proxies and clusters …
This post describes the steps necessary to install Node.js and Ghost on Windows Server IIS. Ghost is a Node.js web application, specific for just blogging. To run Node.js applications in IIS, you need iisnode as a module. Here is how to install all of this.
This post provides links to some articles I found last week. The posts might be interesting in various fields of expertise, for either system administrators or developers (DevOps). Topics include: web security, WordPress performance, jQuery, ASP.NET MVC caching, partial trust, view state MAC, and fixing IIS website hangs.
Authenticated SMTP and TLS script examples for ASP, PHP, ASP.NET (C#/VB.Net): if you want to send secure email from your website, over an TLS-encrypted connection, this post is for you! In this post I’ll provide some code examples that you can use to send secure, and authenticated, SMTP email from your website.