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Templating package for JavaMail?

 
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Hi,

I am looking for a templating framework that I could use to build dynamically generated emails that are sent using JavaMail.

At this time I just use stringBuffer() to build the mail, but that's a pain! Any ideas anyone?

Thanks

Stefan

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[ December 13, 2004: Message edited by: Stef Mischook ]
 
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Stef,

Have a look at Velocity.
 
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I am using JavaMail with Terence Parr's StringTemplate ( http://www.stringtemplate.org/ ) for sending email over at Simpy ( http://www.simpy.com/ ) and I am pleased with it. It's a nice, powerful package and it's well documented.
 
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Another popular one is FreeMarker.
 
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Could anyone please post the example of FreeMarker (or any tool) which supoorts the unicode characters ..

I read from the Freemarker specs that it supports the unicode... but was not able to run it...
 
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