Thanks for the info. I'll look into it and see what I come up with.
By the way, I'm adding SMTP/POP3/IMAP protocol handlers to TestMaker, which
embeds Jython, as the end-result of this exercise. Then you'll be able to
write test agents to check email services.
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> From: Finn Bock <bckfnn@...>
> Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 08:50:31 +0100
> To: Frank Cohen <fcohen@...>
> Cc: jython-users@...
> Subject: Re: [Jython-users] email library
> [Frank Cohen]
>> Python 2.2 has this very handy email library to do smtp, pop3, imap and mime
>> functions. I'll be I can figure out how to use the Java Mail API from
>> Jython. But I was wondering what it is like to move Python 2.2 libraries
>> into Jython 2.1? Is this even possible? I'm prepared to make a contribution
>> to Jython if someone wants to point out a roadmap. Thanks. -Frank
> I have tested the Lib/email package from CPython 2.2 with the current CVS
> and it seems to work except for a few places where the test suite are
> binary files in text mode.
> I had to fix a bug 631430 in PyFile 2.27 first. Maybe the email package
> require some 2.2 features, but then it must be features that we've added
> to CVS already.