Posts Tagged ‘imap’

Using Apache Camel with Scala and the Camel Scala DSL

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Whenever I encounter a situation where I have to mix a blend of different services and endpoints and apply one or more of the traditional enterprise integration patterns then Apache Camel often is my weapon of choice.

I simply love how easy it is to set up some datasources, add some routing magic, data transformers, load balancers, content enrichers and enjoy the result.

Another thing that I’m beginning to love is Scala and so this is the perfect time to write an article about using Scala and Apache Camel together.

In the following tutorial we’re setting up our environment using SBT and Scala we’ll take a look at several interesting use cases for camel.

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Integration Testing IMAP, SMTP and POP3 with GreenMail

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Having written some e-mail handling, sending or receiving library you’d like to run some integration tests against a real mail server?

Then GreenMail might help you out here .. the framework is not quite new on the market but it is really easy to setup IMAP,SMTP or POP3 services with it and it comes with some helpful libraries making your life a bit easier here.

That’s why I’ve come to the idea to share some examples for setting up different server instances, creating user accounts and – at last – fetching and validating e-mails…

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Snippet: Simple One-Minute IMAP Client

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

Building a simple IMAP Client that displays the subject of the messages in the “inbox” Folder using Maven (I just like Maven). (more…)

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