Proxy Auth, Unicode and GpG Support

2005-12-30
2013-04-03
  • Bruno Lombardi
    Bruno Lombardi
    2005-12-30

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    Hi,

    first of all, excuse me for bad english

    I've seen your fantastic API fpr GMail!!!

    Well... I've used you example at home and I've seen that works very
    well... But at work We use a SQUID authenticated proxy so I've addedd
    an proxy auth support to your api (precisely on GMConnector) and now I
    can use you api at WORK!!! Fantastic!!!

    But I'm not a GUI expert and so I don't know how to add the auth
    information on the option pane.

    I've also decided to add a GpG support, and I've modificated the method
    getBody() on GMConversationEnty to apply then GPG decryption.

    Again I want to add a pop-up for PassPhrase prompt.

    There is more and more work to do and I'm be very happy to contribute
    to your project.

    Thanks for you fantastic works!!!

    Ah... another things... when the API fetch the text from GMail they
    don't recognize the UniCode Character... I've added also an UniCode
    parser to do this (Only for the message body)

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