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- From: "Hunter, David" <dhunter@Mobility.com>
- To: "'K.Kawaguchi'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 11:25:47 -0500
Another possibility is "XML via regular message queue", using something like
MSMQ from Microsoft, or MQ Series from IBM. So instead of creating some
components which know how to monitor email Inboxes, your components can
In theory, these amount to about the same thing, but in practice it's
probably easier to write code to take messages out of a queue than to take
emails out of an Inbox. (Note the word "probably". I haven't tried writing
code to monitor email accounts, so I can't compare.)
Note: I work mostly in "intranet" type applications, so I don't know all of
the logistics of using something like MSMQ or MQ Series over the Internet.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: K.Kawaguchi [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Sunday, February 06, 2000 10:13 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Asynchronous message queue by SMTP&POP3
> Hello, everyone in the community.
> I have a (perhaps newbie) question.
> By using "XML over HTTP", we can send XML messages across the internet
> now. This could be easily done by using components like
> Analogously, I think that by using "XML over SMTP/POP3", we can send XML
> messages asynchronously. This looks very useful in many situation.
> My question here is that is there any good components that can handle
> "XML over SMTP/POP3"?
> If there are none, how about starting a small open-source project for
> this? (provided that there are some interest for this project)
> It would be great if there exists handy,free, and reliable such
> How do you think about this idea?
> K.Kawaguchi Swift,Inc.