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Simple Java Mail - Simple API, Complex Emails (JavaMail smtp wrapper)

  •    Java

Simple Java Mail is the simplest to use lightweight mailing library for Java, while being able to send complex emails including authenticated socks proxy(!), attachments, embedded images, custom headers and properties, robust address validation, build pattern and even DKIM signing and external configuration files with property overriding, Spring support and Email conversion tools. Just send your emails without dealing with RFC's.

Apache Commons Email - Commons Email

  •    Java

Commons-Email aims to provide a API for sending email. It is built on top of the Java Mail API, which it aims to simplify. It provides support to compose and send Simple Email, MultiPartEmail, HTML formatted emails, HTML formatted emails with inline images, Simple container class to allow for easy handling of attachments.

camunda-bpm-mail - Mail connectors for Camunda BPM

  •    Java

A community extension for Camunda BPM to integrate emails in a process and interact with them. Add camunda-bpm-mail-core-1.1.0.jar to your application server (e.g. apache-tomcat-8.0.24\lib).




fs2-mail - asynchronous library for sending and receiving mail via fs2._

  •    Scala

Asynchronous, non-blocking IMAP/SMTP client for receiving and sending e-mails for scala. fs2-mail is simple, minimalistic, streaming, asynchronous and non-blocking client for receiving and sending emails for scala implemented in fs2 library. Traditionally sending and receiving emails in JVM world is done with Java's JavaMail API, that allows rich set of functionality. Albeit rich and powerful, JavaMail is build on top of fully blocking API. That may present limitations when working with asynchronous and streaming libraries, and that is exactly where fs2-mail fits in.






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