|Maintainer||Ertugrul Soeylemez <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
This package provides a monad transformer for fast, incremental ESMTP sessions, with which you can, among other things, send emails. Here is an example session:
import Network.Smtp mailSession :: MonadIO m => ByteString -> ByteString -> ByteString -> ByteString -> MailT r m () mailSession srcDomain fromAddr toAddr content = do waitForWelcome hello srcDomain mailFrom fromAddr rcptTo toAddr mailDataStr content quit
The simplest interfaces to running SMTP sessions are
withMxConn. The latter does a DNS lookup for the given domain
to discover the MX server and connect to it. The former simply
connects to the given hostname and port.
If you need more control over the connection handles and other
parameters like timeout and flood protection, you may want to use
sendMail_ instead. Those functions are also useful,
if you want to run an SMTP session using stdin and stdout for testing
and other purposes.
Finally you can use the low level interface for running sessions.
runMailT function along with
responseLines. This way you get the full power of iteratees. For
example you can run the session through a custom enumeratee, which
enables you to wrap the session in another protocol (e.g. proxy
servers or SSL).