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   Re: Asynchronous message queue by SMTP&POP3

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  • From: Ken MacLeod <ken@bitsko.slc.ut.us>
  • To: xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: 07 Feb 2000 15:54:38 -0600

"K.Kawaguchi" <ml@swiftinc.co.jp> writes:

> By using "XML over HTTP", we can send XML messages across the internet
> now. This could be easily done by using components like
> Microsoft.XMLHTTP.
> 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
> components.

LDO <http://casbah.org/LDO/> is an open-source project that supports
several patterns for messaging XML over multiple transport protocols.
It doesn't have SMTP/POP3 support yet, we'd gladly welcome someone who
wanted to implement that component.

  -- Ken


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