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- From: James Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2000 09:14:10 +1100
At 23:40 7/02/2000 , K.Kawaguchi wrote:
>But at the same time I personally think that SMTP/POP3 can still work
>very well in many situations; especially for lightweight systems.
>Or, is it only me who feel like this? If so, what am I missing?
>Yet unsolved question is whether such a component already exists or
Well, XML is just plain text (although Unicode
would seem to complicate that a little).
If your XML is just ASCII, couldn't you just
send the content in the body of the e-mail,
just using standard e-mail tools?
If the XML is full Unicode, perhaps MIME
encode it, and then include it in the message
Either way, the e-mail side of things should
be pretty standard, so I'm not sure what a
custom component would really do for you ...
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