Supports SMTP only.
Designed for 7.5.
Just out of curiosity, why the .rar file format for your archive? I had to download WinRAR just to open it up. I may use this in a customer prototype.
Sorry for the extra hurdle, just used the first thing that I had installed at the time.
If you need any help with the service, please let me know.
No problem with the archive format, we SE's need to be versatile.
I just ran a test and got the error:
com.sonicsw.xq.XQServiceException: (Sending failed; nested exception is: javax.mail.MessagingException: 530 5.7.0 Must issue a STARTTLS command first. 27sm1156533agb.42 )
Apparently the GMail server (which I'm using in this test) requires a start TLS, but it may also be possible to turn the check off for that and see if it works.
For now, it's very late and I need to get some rest.
I have made changes to the code to support secure mail servers, specifically gmail.com. I have also added a few features, like Debug mode and some supportive descriptions, comments and tests.
I had difficulty with the project, as it is set up to build in Maven and wasn't correctly loading the ESB container until I disabled the Maven build.
Also, the code is written for ESB v6.1, had some incorrect namespace defs and doesn't use the XQLog and start/stop methods correctly. This seems to conform to past EMEA standards, but my audience is more in tune with the default ESB Workbench template. Do you have a preference?
Either way I'll contribute my revisions (not under SVN, just another archive file) within a few days.
Great, please post the changes ASAP.
Here is the revised version, posted as an attachment to this message.
A few points:
I believe that QA maintains a simple POP server just for testing, but it's only visible behind the Progress fire wall.
A few more details:
See ya later.
I can definitely work on these enhancements with you, let me do so later in the week.
Regarding discussions and documents, it is really unfortunate that my user can't create documents in Code Share, not sure if yours can.
This version has minor changes in the README file and the ESB stop() method. I disabled the Maven build in the project, because I didn't want to take time to setup the environment. Also, I don't see much advantage using Maven for field ESB Services - they should not have any dependencies to other field code, and should only use industry-standard jar files in a version-independent manner, in my opinion.
At the same time, I realize many Progress developers (esp in EMEA) depend on Maven to build and distribute custom code. It's on my list to set up the Maven build rules on my new laptop and learn enough to become dangerous on that front.
Yes, I can create documents. I've sent mail to Arthur Daltas requesting that you be given permission, but I don't really know what the rules are.
Where do you work?
You might want to search PIN for a successor of Arthur as he left the organization earlier this year.
Moved to http://github.com/fribeiro1/MailService
The link appears to be broken. Did you take the sevice off the repository?
You can find it at http://github.com/upictec/MailService instead.