Mandrill mail problem

Hello All,

I am trying to use Mandrill api in my rails app.
I am getting this error every time:-

Net::SMTPServerBusy (401 4.1.7 Bad sender address syntax)

I am using Ruby - 1.9.3, rails - 3.2.8, Thin server, & Ubuntu 12.10.

in Gemfile:-
gem “mandrill-api”, “~> 1.0.45”
gem ‘mandrill_mailer’

application.rb:-

config.action_mailer.default_url_options = { :host => ‘localhost:3000’ }
config.action_mailer.delivery_method = :smtp
config.action_mailer.smtp_settings = {
:address => “smtp.mandrillapp.com”,
:port => 587,
:user_name => ENV[“some email”],
:password => ENV[“api key”],
:authentication => ‘login’
}

In mailer.rb:-

def verify_code(user)
mail(:to => user.email, :subject => “TEXT”) do |format|
format.html
end
end

In controller:-

UserMailer.verify_code(resource).deliver # Here resource is the user
object

What am I doing wrong here?

Thanks,
Avinash

What are you using as the sender (from) address?

Hello,

Sorry for late reply.

I am getting this error:-

  • Net::SMTPServerBusy (401 4.1.7 Bad sender address syntax.)

*TOTAL CODE:- *

  • Rails- 3.2.8, Ruby-1.9.3, Thin server

  • In Gemfile:-

  • gem ‘mandrill_mailer’

  • In application.rb:-

    • config.action_mailer.smtp_settings = {
    •     :address   => "smtp.mandrillapp.com",
      
    •     :port      => 587,
      
    •     :enable_starttls_auto => true,
      
    •     :user_name => "E <[email protected]>MAIL",
      
    •     :password  => "*API KEY*",
      
    •     :authentication => 'login',
      
    •     :domain => 'h <http://olamundo.com/>eroku.com'  # what 
      

is
the domain here?
- }

  • In devise.rb:-
    • Devise.setup do |config|
    •     config.mailer_sender = "M 
      

[email protected]AIL"
- config.mailer = “Devise::Mailer”
- end

  • In my registration_controller.rb:-

    • UserMailer.verify_code(resource).deliver
    • We are using* Devise. Resource here is the user object.*
  • In mailer.rb:-

    • def verify_code(user)
    • mail(:to => user.email,  :subject => "Hello") do |format|
      
    •   format.html
      
    • end
      
    • end

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