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From Tommy Nordgren <tommy.nordg...@comhem.se>
Subject Re: ANT auto-emailing of reports, mail task
Date Thu, 05 Jul 2007 10:26:35 GMT
I suggest you contact postmaster@gmail.com
with this question.
On 5 jul 2007, at 11.02, Hankel wrote:

>
> Hi there,
>
> Once again, I apologize for posting a question more related on ANT  
> than
> TestNG. But as far as I know, there is no such active and populated  
> forums
> for ANT, shame.
>
> However, I think this subject would benefit from a large group of  
> TestNG
> users here, as automated tests suggested by TestNG take all its  
> advantage
> and sense with automating the emailing process.
>
> To start with, here is the Apache ANT documenation on the Mail  
> task. It
> seems that mail also supports SSL secure protocol, so that's fine  
> for the
> vast majority of mail service providers.
> http://ant.apache.org/manual/CoreTasks/mail.html
>
>
> So here is my ANT target that causes me harm....
>
> <target name="email-report" description="Email auto-generated REPORT">
>
> <mail messagemimetype="text/plain" ssl="on" mailhost="smtp.gmail.com"
> mailport="465" user="addr1@gmail.com" password="XXX" subject="Testing
> Environment - TestNG report">
> <from address="addr1@gmail.com"/>
> <to address="receiver@gmail.com"/>
> <message>The ${scenario} nightly build is completed, on date: $ 
> {DateStamp}.
> Find the auto-generated report file attached.</message>
> <attachments>
> <fileset dir="Run\${scenario}\${DateStamp}">
> <include name="emailable-report.html"/>
> </fileset>
> </attachments>
> </mail>
>
> </target>
>
>
> So as you can see I am using gmail as a mail server, with my personal
> account (addr1@) which will connect to the smtp gmail server to  
> send the
> attached report file to receiver@gmail.com.
>
> Now I am wondering what am I doing wrong to get this odd result:
>
> email-report:
> [mail] Sending email: Testing Environment - TestNG report
> [mail] Failed to send email: Could not connect to SMTP host:  
> smtp.gmail.com,
> port: 465
>
>
> Unfortunately for me, I cannot count on more precisions about the  
> failure.
> The only thing I know is that the email has not been sent so far.
>
>
> ANT's task "mail" is based on the Sun Java Activation Framework and  
> the
> (Mime)Mail archive. So I downloaded both the mail.jar and  
> activation.jar
> from Java Sun website, and placed them in the ANT\lib directory.
>
> I also found some guidelines to use the <mimemail> ANT's task,  
> which uses
> JUnitMail.jar which is in the ANT\lib directory by default.
> http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-junitmail/
>
> Cannot have it working either.
> I was wondering if there was some proxy issues in there...
>
>
> EDIT >>>
>
> Mmmh...
> Using telnet's open smtp.gmail.com command, it's giving me the  
> "could not
> connect to" error. It might be a proxy or security problem I guess.
>
> Does anybody know how to set up a proxy within the mail task? How  
> do we
> manage the connections to external servers, such as gmail for example?
> Can you react to that poll and leave your feedbacks and experience  
> with the
> ANT "mail" task (Java Sun mail.jar & activation.jar).
>
> Thank you.
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