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Article about Testing Email Components

Siva Jagadeesan
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Hey guys I have written an article about testing email components. Chk it out at http://java2simple.blog-city.com/read/506423.htm and let me know what you guys think.
Rgds,
--Siva Jagadeesan


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Lasse Koskela
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Hmm. Good to know that there's a Dumbster in case I need to write some raw SMTP or JavaMail stuff.
By the way, the same approach can be used nicely for testing HTTP related components as well, by replacing Dumbster with Jetty, for example. I did that a couple of weeks ago for testing a HTTP-based "ping" utility.


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Siva Jagadeesan
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I have not tried Jetty. Let me try and let evrybody know what I think.
Thanx for the tip
 
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