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From Paul Libbrecht <p...@activemath.org>
Subject Re: Jelly email
Date Sat, 30 Sep 2006 15:33:29 GMT
Mark,

I haven't been using jelly:email yet so I am uncomfortable at commenting.
As far as I can see it seems less rich than yours so I think it could be 
interesting.

Do you have unit tests ? Do you have complete running samples ?
Have you tried to "maven site" and see the result ?
Do you have documented samples?

Could you put an archive somewhere for us to look at ?

thanks


Mark Tombs wrote:
> No interest then...
>
> On 9/26/06, *Mark Tombs* <mark.tombs@gmail.com 
> <mailto:mark.tombs@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     As promised, some example jelly. Putting multipart=true is a
>     terrible hack but I couldn't think of a way to tell if the
>     mail:mail tag contained any parts at the time. 
>     And I can't do multiple to or from, as I didn't need it at the
>     time of writing either.
>
>     <!-- connect to the smtp server -->
>
>     <mail:setServer type="smtp" server=" mailserver.notreal.com
>     <http://mailserver.notreal.com>" port="25" />
>
>     <!-- to send a simple, text mail -->
>
>     <mail:mail to="mark.tombs@gmail.com <mailto:mark.tombs@gmail.com>"
>     from=" mark.tombs@gmail.com <mailto:mark.tombs@gmail.com>"
>     subject="example simple mail">
>     This is just a text mail.
>     </mail:mail>
>
>     <!-- send a multi-part mail -->
>
>     <mail:mail to=" mark.tombs@gmail.com
>     <mailto:mark.tombs@gmail.com>" from=" mark.tombs@gmail.com
>     <mailto:mark.tombs@gmail.com>" subject="example simple mail"
>     multipart="true">
>       <mail:part type="html" encoding="utf-8">
>             <h1>This an html mail.</h1>
>       </mail:part>
>       <mail:part type="plain">
>            This is the plain text part.
>       </mail:part>
>       <mail:part type="image/png" file="path-to-a-file.png" />
>       <mail:part type="image/png" file="path-to-another-file.png" />
>     </mail:mail>
>
>     <!-- get mails from a pop server -->
>
>         <mail:setServer type="POP" server=" pop.fake.com
>     <http://pop.fake.com>" userName="user" password="********" />
>        
>         <mail:getMessages var="messages" folder="inbox" />
>             <core:forEach items="${messages}" var="message">
>                <!-- do something to the mails -->
>            </core:forEach>
>
>
>
>
>
>     On 9/26/06, *Mark Tombs* <mark.tombs@gmail.com
>     <mailto:mark.tombs@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>         Hmmm, same dependencies I'm afraid.  I'll sort out some
>         example jelly later on.
>          
>         Mark
>
>          
>         On 9/26/06, *Paul Libbrecht* <paul@activemath.org
>         <mailto:paul@activemath.org>> wrote:
>
>             What are the dependencies ? I know that the javamail (and
>             activation)
>             dependencies of commons-jelly-email have been a problem to
>             many.
>             If you can minimize this, it would be interesting.
>             Can you also send an example jelly snippet ?
>
>             paul
>
>
>             Mark Tombs wrote:
>             > Its completely new. I wrote it for my own use, for
>             sending multi-part
>             > mails
>             > with both plain text and html parts. Its still work in
>             progress, but I
>             > thought you might be interested.
>             >
>             > On 9/26/06, Dion Gillard < dion.gillard@gmail.com
>             <mailto:dion.gillard@gmail.com>> wrote:
>             >>
>             >> Mark,
>             >>
>             >> is this an extension of the existing email taglib? Or
>             something new?
>             >>
>             >> http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/jelly/libs/email/
>             >>
>             >> On 9/25/06, Mark Tombs <mark.tombs@gmail.com
>             <mailto:mark.tombs@gmail.com>> wrote:
>             >> > Hi
>             >> >
>             >> > I've written some jelly tags for creating emails that
>             can send
>             >> multi-part
>             >> > mails, including html and attachments. I've also
>             started writing some
>             >> tags
>             >> > that can read mail too.  Is this of any interest to
>             the jelly team?
>             >> >
>             >> > On another note, I haven't noticed a lot of
>             development of jelly
>             >> recently, and
>             >> > the ant and maven builds are getting out of date... is
>             the project
>             >> active at
>             >> > the moment?
>             >> >
>             >> > thanks
>             >> >
>             >> > Mark
>             >> >
>             >> >
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