libquickmail is a library intended to give C/C++ developers a quick and easy way to send email from their applications. It supports multiple To/Cc/Bcc recipients and multiple MIME attachments without size limitation. It uses libcurl for SMTP communication, but a light version is also included without the libcurl dependancy. The library can also be used to just create a multipart MIME message body. It also comes with a command line application for sending mail (with optional attachments).
|Tags||E-mail Library MIME SMTP|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows Posix compliant|
|Implementation||C SMTP MIME C++|
Release Notes: This release fixes the Date header to show the local time with proper UTC offset, fixes line breaks in source files (Unix EOL), and shows only the version of libcurl instead of all its components.
Release Notes: API change: a mimetype parameter has been added to the following functions: quickmail_list_attachment_callback_fn, quickmail_add_attachment_file, quickmail_add_attachment_memory, and quickmail_add_attachment_custom. Code has been added to catch failing malloc/realloc when out of memory.
Release Notes: This release adds a header line for body: Content-Disposition: inline. It uses angle brackets with CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM/CURLOPT_MAIL_RCPT. It adds the command line options -u username -w password.
Release Notes: In the library, this release fixes a memory leak in quickmail_get_data when handling body data, uses LF instead of CRLF in headers (fixing a specific test case), fixes bugs in custom body/attachment handling, and changes to support Microsoft Visual C. In the commandline application, this release accepts the body from stdin if not supplied, checks that at least one destination is supplied, and adds a -m commandline parameter for the MIME type of the body.
Release Notes: This release supports bodies with a specified MIME type and even multiple alternative bodies (e.g., text/plain and text/html; the mail client will pick the best one which it supports).