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v7.1.0 - v7.1.1
- v7.1.1 #387: Bug: memory leak in SMPT connection pool when 3rd party deallocation failed with exception
- v7.1.0 #379: Maintenance: Adjust dependencies and make Java 9+ friendly
v7.0.1 - v7.0.2
- v7.0.2 (25-January-2022): #329: Enhancement: Exceptions cause error-level logging in addition to rethrowing the exception, but should just include the message in a custom exception
- v7.0.2 (25-January-2022): #378: Bug: package org.simplejavamail.internal.modules causes split package problem in Java9+
- v7.0.1 (22-January-2022): #375: Bug: [batch-module]( gives error when there is a [custom mailer](
v7.0.0 (2-January-2022)
It has been two years since the last major release, but 7.0.0 finally here!
#### What's new ####
Major features:
- #322: Simple Java Mail migrated to Java 8 finally (see notes below)
- #295: And also switched to JavaMail's successor Jakarta Mail 2.0.1 (see notes below)
- #323: Solved the great CLI performance problem (now executes near instantly)
- #319: Replaced the underlying regex-based email-address validation library with the lexer based [JMail](, which is faster, correcter, documented better and is more up-to-date with RFC's
- #367: The sendMail/testConnection methods now has proper support for `CompletableFuture`
- #352: Bug: names regex groups are not supported in Android JVM
- #326: Bug: NullPointer when parsing Outlook Message with nested empty Outlook message
- #330: Bug: cli expected --mailer arguments duplicated 3 times
- #324: Bug: Add back missing log4j2 for CLI library
- #368: Resolve log4j (Java8) [vulnerability]( in Simple Java Mail's CLI module
- #330: Improved feedback from failing CLI commands
- #327: Implement toString() for Mailer instances for debugging purposes
#### About the migration ####
Updating to Java8/Jakarta 2.0.1 posed a challenge as the 3rd party S/MIME library has been abandoned/archived while developing Simple Java Mail. Furthermore, it was still under LGPL3 license while everything else is ApacheV2.
Thankfully, I obtained permissions from the maintainers -as well as original developers from decades ago on SourceForge- to take both java-utils-mail-smime and java-utils-mail-dkim under my wings at Simple Java Mail and change the licensing model! You can now post issues and pull requests here:
v6.7.0 - v6.7.6
- v6.7.6 (22-January-2022): #375: Bug: batch-module gives error when there is a custom mailer
- v6.7.5 (26-December-2021): #338: Enhancement: Also return AsyncResponse from plain Mailer.sendEmail(singleArgument) as async can be configured through MailerBuilder now
- v6.7.4 (25-December-2021): #331: Enhancement: Coalesce empty SMTP server arguments to null to support CLI better
- v6.7.3 (25-December-2021): #335: Bugfix: Precondition nonNull check also checks nonEmpty and breaks on clearEmailAddressCriteria
- v6.7.2 (25-December-2021): #318: Maintenance: Allow zero data attachments so Outlook message conversions don't crash and burn
- v6.7.1 (25-December-2021): #346: Bugfix: Add option to parse MimeMessage without fetching attachment data from server - Properly return named datasource without fetching all the data if unwanted
- v6.7.0 (25-December-2021): #356: Enhancement: Improve for support for Android < 8.0 (Fix NoClassDefFoundError)
- v6.7.0 (25-December-2021): #351: Bugfix: emlToEmail() and mimeMessageToEmail() break on mesages with duplicate names and legacy empty nested messages
- v6.7.0 (25-December-2021): #347: Maintenance: Reduce log-spam and prevent exception on every module availability check
- v6.7.0 (25-December-2021): #346: Feature: Add option to parse MimeMessage without fetching attachment data from server
v6.6.0 - v6.6.2
- v6.6.2 (23-December-2021): #365: Resolve log4j vulnerability in Simple Java Mail
- v6.6.1 (12-June-2021): #321: Ignore malformed recipient addresses and continue parsing email data
- v6.6.0 (1-June-2021): #320: Added default S/MIME signing to Mailer lever and fixed crippling performance bug
v6.5.0 - v6.5.4
- v6.5.4 (22-May-2021): #315: Enhancement: Nested attachments of Outlook message attachments are now preserved as standard EML MimeMessage attachments
**NOTE:** This _removes_ the Kryo dependency
- v6.5.3 (4-May-2021): #314: Bugfix: Nested attachments of Outlook message attachments are now preserved, by utilizing Kryo
**NOTE:** This add Kryo as extra dependency to the outlook-module (and is subsequently removed in 6.5.4)
- v6.5.2 (15-April-2021): #307: Bugfix: text/calendar as string -> ClassCastException (if calendar type is not Inputstream)
- v6.5.1 (10-April-2021): #307 / #310: Bugfix: embedded image name got mangled if they included an extension
- v6.5.0 (16-February-2021): #298: Enhancement: Nested Outlook messages aren't discarded anymore, but parsed to serialized Email objects
- v6.5.0 (16-February-2021): #292: Bugfix: NullPointerException in SmimeUtilFixed when protocol is missing (which is valid)
- v6.5.0 (16-February-2021): #289: Bugfix: Support multiple headers with same key
This release breaks all GET/SET api regarding headers used as map (Map<String, T> -> Map<String, Collection<T>>)
This release might break api in the rare case you relied on the attachment list and you have nested Outlook .msg attachments (previously omitted in the results)
v6.4.0 - v6.4.5
- v6.4.5 (13-Februari-2021): #306: Maintenance: Update outlook-message-parser to 1.7.9
- v6.4.5 (13-Februari-2021): #304: Regression bugfix: batch-module needed for sending mails async, basic version should work without
- v6.4.5 (13-Februari-2021): #303: Bugfix: EML Attachments are modified/have the wrong size
- v6.4.4 (25-October-2019): #294: Always invoke async success/exception handlers even if set after sending email (behaving more like promises/futures)
- v6.4.4 (25-October-2019): #291: On Exception only log the email ID at error level and log the whole email at trace level
- v6.4.4 (25-October-2019): #290: Only perform expensive logging logic if respective logging level is enabled
- v6.4.3 (6-August-2019): #284: Improved support for Calendar attachments created by gMail
- v6.4.3 (6-August-2019): #283: Bugfix: Fix support for reading Calendar attachments with quoted-printable transfer-type
- v6.4.2 (3-August-2019): #281: Bugfix: Fix support for reading Calendar attachments
- v6.4.1 (26-July-2019): #252: Bugfix: Added missing support for S/MIME envloped signing
- v6.4.0 (19-July-2019): #268: Bugfix: Immediately resolve InputStreams when building emails, don't reuse (which resulted in errors)
* This primarily affects the builder api for S/MIME and DKIM signing / encryption.
v6.3.0 - v6.3.2 (11-July-2020 - 12-July-2020)
- #271: Bugfix: Attachment (file)names with special characters should not be encoded
- #248: Bugfix: MimeMessageHelper: use complete filename as resource name
- #279: Allow extra Session properties configured through
- #277: Add API for using custom SSLSocketFactory
v6.2.0 (6-July-2020)
This release adds the following major new feature:
- #260: Add support for dynamic datasource resolution (file/url/classpath) for embedded images in HTML body
v6.1.0 (5-July-2020)
- #264: Switch from AssertionError to IllegalStateException
- Bumped outlook-message-parser from 1.7.3 to 1.7.5
- bugfix for parsing chinese unsent Outlook messages
- bugfix Outlook attachments with special characters in the name
- Bumped email-rfc2822-validator from 2.1.3 to 2.2.0
- bugfix properly handle brackets in email addresses when allowed
- Bumped log4j-core from 2.6.1 to 2.13.2
v6.0.2 - v6.0.5 (21-Januari-2020 - 13-June-2020)
- #270: Bug: CLI module missing Jetbrains @Nullable annotation dependency needed in runtime
- #262: Bug: Executor settings passed to the builder are ignored
- #249: Bug: MimeMessageParser doesn't handle multiple attachments with the same name correctly
- #245: Bug: JDK9+ Incorrect JPMS Automatic-Module-Name
- #246: Bug: Sending async emails with and without the Batch module cause lingering threads
v6.0.0-rc1 - v6.0.1 (18-December-2019 - 24-January-2020)
After almost two years of development the next major release 6.0.0 is finally here! And what a doozy it is, with the following major new features:
The core library is now even smaller compared to the 5.x.x series going from 183kb to 134kb!
- [CLI support!!](,
- major performance improvement with [advanced batch processing]( including support for mail server clusters.
- You can now replace the final sending of emails with [your own logic](, using a 3rd party service of your choice.
- 6.0.0 also includes support for [S/MIME signed and encrypted emails](!
- All 3rd party dependencies have been made optional by splitting up Simple Java Mail into easy to use [modules](
- You can now monitor and [handle async processing]( using Futures.
- MimeMessage results are now [structurally matched]( to specific needs (only using alternative/mixed etc. when needed)
Here's the complete list of changes:
#### New features and enhancements ####
- #183: To manage all the optional dependencies and related code, Simple Java Mail should be split up into modules
- #156: Add CLI support
- #214: Support more advanced batch processing use cases
- #187: Simple Java Mail should have optional support for signed S/MIME attachments
- #121: Introduce interfaces for validation and sending, so these steps can be customized
- #144: Simple Java Mail should tailor the MimeMessage structure to specific needs
- #138: Add support for Calendar events (iCalendar vEvent)
- #235: Be able to fix the sent date for a new email
- #232: Improve encoding of attachment file names
- #222: Add config property support for trusting hosts and verifying server identity
- #212: Authenticated proxy server started even if already running, raising exception
- #207: Implement more comprehensive ThreadPoolExecutor and expose config options
- #211: SpringSupport should expose the intermediate builder for customization
- #193: Simple Java Mail should use default server ports when not provided by the user
#### Bugs solved ####
- #242: Renamed log4j2.xml to log4j2_example.xml so it doesn't clash with project config
- #241: EmailConverter.outlookMsgToEmail duplicates recipients
- #239: List of Recipients not ordered as added (insertion order not maintained)
- #236: Message ID should be mapped from Outlook messages as well
- #210: Connection/session timeout properties not set when not sending in batch mode
- #201: When parsing Outlook message, FROM address should default to a dummy address when missing
- #200: When parsing Outlook message, attachment name doesn't fallback on filename if proper name is empty
- #161: When reading (chinese) .msg files, HTML converted from RTF is completely garbled (encoding issue)
- #159: Can not parse email with blank email address headers
- #139: Multiple Bodyparts of same Content-Type not supported for text/html & text/plain within Multipart/mixed or Multipart/alternative
- #151: Attachment's file extension overwritten by resource's invalid extension
#### Maintenance updates ####
- #165: Move away from Findbugs (unofficial JSR-305) annotations
- #164: The DKIM dependency has been updated to benefit from the newer Apache V2 license
- #164: The DKIM dependency has been updated to benefit from the newer Apache V2 license
- #184: Update JavaMail dependency to 1.6.2, adding support for UTF-8 charset
- #186: Update JavaMail dependency to 1.6.2, adding support for authenticated HTTP web proxy
- #146: Added OSGI manifest and switched to spotbugs
#### Included changes from the outlook-message-parser dependency ####
- v6.0.1, v1.7.3: #27: When from name/address are not available (unsent emails), these fields are filled with binary garbage
- v6.0.1, v1.7.2: #26: To email address is not handled properly when name is omitted
- v6.0.0, v1.7.1: #25: NPE on ClientSubmitTime when original message has not been sent yet
- v6.0.0, v1.7.1: #23: Bug: __nameid_ directory should not be parsed (and causing invalid HTML body)
- v6.0.0, v1.7.0: #18: Upgrade Apache POI 3.9 -> 4.x (but managed back for Simple Java Mail due to incompatibility with Java 7)
- v6.0.0, v1.6.0: #21: Multiple TO recipients are not handles properly
- v6.0.0, v1.5.0: #20: CC and BCC recipients are not parsed properly
- v6.0.0, v1.5.0: #19: Use real Outlook ContentId Attribute to resolve CID Attachments
- v6.0.0, v1.4.1: #17: Fixed encoding error for UTF-8's Windows legacy name (cp)65001
- v6.0.0, v1.4.0: #9: Replaced the RFC to HTML converter with a brand new RFC-compliant convert! (thanks to @fadeyev!)
- v6.0.0, v1.3.0: #14: Dependency problem with Java9+, missing Jakarta Activation Framework
- v6.0.0, v1.3.0: #13: HTML start tags with extra space not handled correctly
- v6.0.0, v1.3.0: #11: SimpleRTF2HTMLConverter inserts too many <br/> tags
- v6.0.0, v1.3.0: #10: Embedded images with DOS-like names are classified as attachments
- v6.0.0, v1.3.0: #9: SimpleRTF2HTMLConverter removes some valid tags during conversion
- v6.0.0, v1.2.1: Ignore non S/MIME related content types when extracting S/MIME metadata
- v6.0.0, v1.2.1: Added toString and equals methods to the S/MIME data classes
- v6.0.0, v1.1.21: Upgraded mediatype recognition based on file extension for incomplete attachments
- v6.0.0, v1.1.21: Added / improved support for public S/MIME meta data
- v6.0.0, v1.1.20: #7: Fix missing S/MIME header details that are needed to determine the type of S/MIME application
- v6.0.0, v1.1.19: Log rtf compression error, but otherwise ignore it and keep going and extract what we can.
**A big shout out to @dnault ([runtime javadoc](, @remkop ([picocli]( and @markenwerk
([S/MIME]( and [DKIM]( for working with me to make the
libraries work with JDK7+ and do what Simple Java Mail needed! Finally a great many thanks the numerous contributors on Simple Java Mail as well as
[outlook-message-parser]( - this release would not be there without you.**
v5.5.0 - [v5.5.1](
- v5.5.1 (20-October-2019): #230: Bugfix: Missing address value in address headers (ie. Return-Path) not handled properly, resulting in Exception
- v5.5.0 (15-October-2019): #229: Bugfix: Timeouts not working for synchronous sendMail calls.
If you had connection properties configured for non-async send jobs, only now they will actually start to take effect.
v5.4.0 (28-August-2019)
- #221: API bugfix: server identity verification should not be tied to host trusting
- #226: Bug fix: Attachments with spaces in name are not handled properly
- #218: Enhancement: make Email serializable
- #227: Enhancement: Make parsing recipients from EML file more lenient
- #225: Enhancement: Clarify dependency on Jakarta Activation: DataSources no longer work on Java 9+
v5.3.0 (16-August-2019)
- #215: Enhancement: Make DKIM header canonicalization RELAXED instead of SIMPLE
Note this release should have no impact, but nonetheless is a minor update so you can determine for yourself if this update would cause issues.
The release changes DKIM header canonicalization from SIMPLE to RELAXED.
v5.2.1 (16-August-2019)
- #219: Bug: MimeMessageParser rejects attachments with duplicate names
v5.2.0 (7-July-2019)
- #213: Update from javax.mail:1.6.0 to jakarta.mail:1.6.3
Note that dependencies that switched as well have been updated as part of this change. This includes the optional DKIM library and the email validation library:
- net.markenwerk:utils-mail-dkim (1.1.10 -> 1.2.0)
- com.github.bbottema:emailaddress-rfc2822 (1.1.2 -> 2.1.3)
v5.1.1 - v5.1.7
- v5.1.7 (22-May-2019): #171 Header validation tripping on known safe emails due to References header
- v5.1.6 (27-April-2019): #204A Concurrent exception when an async process starts when the previous connection pool didn't shutdown in time
- v5.1.6 (27-April-2019): #204B Exceptions in threads are now caught and logged and don't bubble up anymore
- v5.1.5 (24-April-2019): #202 Fixed ConcurrentModificationException when moving invalid embedded images as regular attachments
- v5.1.4 (5-April-2019): Fixed missing mimetype for attachments when parsing Outlook messages where mimeTag was not included
- v5.1.3 (15-Januari-2019): Updated to newer rfc-validator version, which fixed a regression bug in that library
- v5.1.2 (9-Januari-2019): #189 Bugfix for missing timeout config for .testConnection() function
- v5.1.1 (22-December-2018): #190 Fix for transitive dependency clash because of emailaddress-rfc2822 library
v5.1.0 (21-November-2018)
- #179 You can now test the connection to the SMTP server
v5.0.1 - v5.0.8
- v5.0.8 (27-Oktober-2018): #178 Fix the annoying vulnerability Github report about spring-core
- v5.0.7 (27-Oktober-2018): #175 Attachment names are not always parsed properly from MimeMessage
- v5.0.6 (3-Oktober-2018): #167 Email addresses validated despite cleared validation validation criteria
- v5.0.5 (3-Oktober-2018): #137 When replying to an email with HTML, the result body is empty
- v5.0.4 (22-September-2018): #168 Properties aquired through ConfigLoader should be typed explicitly and converted if necessary
- v5.0.3 (11-April-2018): #136 ServerConfig class should be public API
- v5.0.2 (7-April-2018): #135 trustingAllHosts should be public on the Builder API
- v5.0.2 (7-April-2018): #131 NamedDataSource should implement EncodingAware
- v5.0.1 (10-March-2018): #130 java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: net.markenwerk.utils.mail.dkim.DkimMessage. Solves the issue of missing optional class DKIM even when not used
v5.0.0 (14-Februari-2018)
Also see the migrating notes (
New features
- #116 You can now test the connection to the SMTP server
- #115 Create mailers with a very robust MailerBuilder API, able to ignore defaults as well
- #114 Create emails with a very robust EmailBuilder API, able to ignore defaults as well. Now includes support for InternetAddress. Also copy
- #107 You can now easily forward or reply to emails!
Maintenance updates
Complete JavaDoc overhaul. Navigating the JavaDoc should be much more consistent now (builder API being the single *public* source of truth).
- #122 The email-rfc2822-validator library has been made a proper Maven dependency (not packaged along anymore)
- #120 The DKIM library has been made an optional proper Maven dependency (not packaged along anymore)
- #119 Switched optional Spring dependency version to property and now testing with 4.3.11.RELEASE
- #113 Updated the underlying JavaMail to 1.6.0
Security updates
- #111 Protocol properties for SMTPS are now applied properly
- #105 SMTP tries to upgrade to TLS while SMTP_TLS now enforces it and for both SMTP_TLS and SMTPS, mail.smtp.ssl.checkserveridentity is set
to true (
- #110 Trusted hosts should be space-delimited
- #109 Email headers should be allowed to be empty (now conversion errors can occur as well)
- #103 Converting to MimeMessage results in an invalid Content-Disposition for attachments
v4.4.5 (2-September-2017)
- #101 API backwards compatibility update, reinstate old addRecipient API as deprecated (sorry for removing it abruptly)
v4.4.4 (21-August-2017)
API usability release. *This relase streamlined the recipient setters, breaking backwards compatibility (but straightforward to fix)*
- #95 Feature: Add support native API for setting Return-Receipt-To header
- #93 Feature: Add support native API for setting Disposition-Notification-To header
- #91 *Feature: Add support for parsing preformatted email addresses that include both name and address*
- #94 Bugfix: A single EmailBuilder would build emails that all share the same collections for recipients, attachments and embedded images
- #98 Bugfix: Subject and body content should be optional
v4.3.0 (12-August-2017)
Security and timeout release.
This version safeguards against SMTP injection attack from external values entering the library through *Email* instance. Also, this release
introduces default/configurable timeouts for connecting, reading and writing when sending an email.
- #89 Support multiple delimited recipient addresses sharing the same TO/CC/BCC name
- #88 Safeguard subject property (and others) against SMTP CRLF injection attacks
- #85 Apply configurable timeouts when sending emails
- #83 Parse INLINE attachments without ID as regular attachments when converting (mostly applicable to Apple emails)
v4.2.3 (21-May-2017)
- #79: Enhancement: define custom message ID on the Email object
- #74: v4.2.3-java-6-release: A java6 version with limited capabilities:
I've released a customised java6 release with a customised outlook-message-parser 1.1.16-java6-release. This is the last java6 release I will do,
as it is simply too much manual labor to create a limited second edition.
For this edition, I've removed the JDK7 Phaser completely which has the following consequences:
- If authenticated proxy is used, the bridging proxy server will not be shut down automatically (and might not run the second time)
- If mails are sent in async mode, the connection pool will not be shut down anymore by itself
This means your server/application might not stop properly due to lingering processes. To be completely safe, only send emails in sync mode (used by default) and don't use authenticated proxy config.
v4.2.2 (10-May-2017)
- #73: Patch: fix for sending emails in async mode, which makes sure the connection pool is always closed when the last *known* email has been sent. Without
this fix, the connection pool keeps any parent process running (main thread or Tomcat for example) until a hard kill.
v4.2.1 (12-Feb-2017)
Patch: streamlined convenience methods for adding recipients.
v4.2.0 (12-Feb-2017)
Major feature: Using the EmailConverter you can now convert between Outlook .msg, EML, MimeMessage and Email!
- #66: Feature: convert email to EML
- #65: Feature: read outlook messages from .msg file
- #64: Feature: Added support for logging-only mode that skips the actual sending of emails
- #63: Feature: Already including in previous patch update: Spring support (read properties from Spring context)
- #69: Enhancement: Expanded EmailBuilder API to inlude more options for setting (multiple) recipients
- #70: Enhancement: Most public API now have defensive null-checks for required fields (Fail Fast support)
- #68: Bugfix: Name should be required for embedded images (added safeguards)
- #67: Bugfix: Error when name was omitted for attachment
- minor: added methods on AttachmentResource that reads back the content as (encoded) String
- other: internal testing is now done using Wiser SMTP test server for testing live sending emails
Note: Starting this release, there will always be a Java6 compatible release as well versioned: "x.y.z-java6-release"
v4.1.3 (28-Jan-2017)
- #61: Feature: Add support for providing your own Properties object
- #63: Feature: Spring support (read properties from Spring context)
- #58: Bugfix: Add support for non-English attachment and embedded image names
- #62: Bugfix: Empty properties loaded from config should be considered null
NOTE: ConfigLoader moved from /internal/util to /util
v4.1.2 (07-Nov-2016)
- #52: bug fix for windows / linux disparity when checking socket status
- #56: bug fix for IOException when signing dkim with a File reference
v4.1.1 (30-Jul-2016)
- #50: bug fix for manual naming datasources
v4.1.0 (22-Jul-2016)
- #48: Added programmatic support trusting hosts for SSL connections
- #47: Honor given names, deduce extension from datasource name, and more robust support for parsing mimemessages
v4.0.0 (05-Jul-2016)
- #41: added support for fast parallel batch processing
- #42: **added support for config files**
- #43: removed logging implementation dependencies from distribution and documented various sample configs
- #39: simplified and renamed packages to reflect the domain name of the new website:
- #38: added support for anonymous proxy
- #38: **added support for authenticated proxy**
NOTE: All packages have been renamed to "org.simplejavamail.(..)"
NOTE: Switched to Java 7
v3.1.1 (11-May-2016)
Major feature: DKIM support!
- #36: Added proper toString and equals methods for the Email classes
- #33: Added support for DKIM domain key signing
NOTE: this is the last release still using Java 6. Next release will be using Java 7.
/edit: starting with 4.2.0 every release will now have a "x.y.z-java6-release" release as well
v3.0.2 (07-May-2016)
- #35: added proper .equals() and .toString() methods
- #34: Fixed bug when disposition is missing (assume it is an attachment)
- #00: added findbugs support internally
v3.0.1 (29-Feb-2016)
- #31: Fixed EmailAddressCriteria.DEFAULT and clarified Javadoc
v3.0.0 (26-Feb-2016)
- #30: Improved the demonstration class to include attachments and embedded images
- #29: The package has been restructured for future maintenance, breaking backwards compatibility
- #28: Re-added improved email validation facility
- #22: Added conversion to and from MimeMessage. You can now consume and produce MimeMessage objects with simple-java-mail
v2.5.1 (19-Jan-2016)
- #25: Added finally clausule that will always close socket properly in case of an exception
v2.5 (19-Jan-2016)
- #24: Updated dependencies SLF4J to 1.7.13 and switched to the updated javax mail package com.sun.mail:javax.mail 1.5.5
v2.4 (12-Aug-2015)
- #21: Builder API uses CC and BCC recipient types incorrectly
v2.3 (21-Jul-2015)
- #19: supporting custom Session Properties now and emergency access to internal Session object.
v2.2 (09-May-2015)
- #3: turned off email regex validation by default, with the option to turn it back on
- #7: fixed NullPointerException when using your own Session instance
- #10: properly UTF-8 encode recipient addresses
- #14: switched to SLF4J, so you can easily use your own selected logging framework
- #17: Added fluent interface for building emails
v2.1 (09-Aug-2012)
- fixed character encoding for reply-to, from, to, body text and headers (to UTF-8)
- fixed bug where Recipient was not public resulting in uncompilable code when calling email.getRecipients()
v2.0 (20-Aug-2011)
- added support for open headers (such as X-Priority)
v1.9.1 (08-Aug-2011)
- updated for Maven support (library hasn't changed, but 1.9 was released incorrectly to Maven Central)
v1.9 (6-Aug-2011)
- added support for JavaMail's reply-to address
- made port optional as to support port defaulting based on protocol
- added transport strategy default in the createSession method
- tightened up thrown exceptions (MailException instead of RuntimeException)
- added and fixed JavaDoc
Added support for TLS (tested with gmail)
v1.7 (22-Mar-2011)
Added support for SSL! (tested with gmail)
- improved argument validation when creating a Mailer without preconfigured Session instance
know possible issue: SSL self-signed certificates might not work (yet). Please let me know by e-mail or create a new issue
Completed migration to Java Simple Mail project.
- removed all Vesijama references
- updated TestMail demonstration class for clarification
- updated readme.txt for test run instructions
- included
v1.4 (15-Jan-2011)
vX.X (26-Apr-2009)
- Initial upload to Google Code.