On Tue, 20 Mar 2007 07:00:40 +0000,
Chris Newman (email@hidden) wrote:
>Elango C wrote on 3/20/07 9:37 +0530:
>> I would like to write a code to send the mails from my application. Can any
>> one help me on this...
>The standard protocol for message submission is here:
>which is based on the SMTP standard:
>You can use CFNetwork to make the network connection if you want the
>ability to do more secure (SSL/TLS) submission:
CFNetwork gives you a nice abstraction layer over BSD sockets,
and is easier to work with, especially in the context of a run
loop-based application, but in order to submit a message to an
SMTP server with CFNetwork, you still need to write a substantial
amount of code.
You may want to use a third-party framework instead. One such
framework is Pantomime (<http://www.collaboration-world.com/pantomime>).
It's free, open-source (LGPL license), relatively well supported,
does SMTP, SSL/TLS and MIME. It's written in Objective C, but it's
not that hard to use it in a Carbon application.
It's not the data universe only, it's human conversation.
They want to turn it into a one-way flow that they have entirely
monetized. I look at the collective human mind as a kind of
ecosystem. They want to clear cut it. They want to go into the
rainforest of human thought and mow the thing down.
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