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Manual Contents.w3 JMail
Dimac’s w3 JMail is being used by 400.000+ programmers worldwide.
w3 JMail is based on COM technology and can therefore be called from
most modern programming languages, though it has most of its users
in the ASP platform.
We are proud to present the latest version of w3 JMail, which now fea-tures
sending e-mails, receiving e-mails, encryption and mass mailing
with mailmerge. We believe we have made the best e-mail component
even better. We have taken all the input you have given us (and that’s
a lot!) and most of it has been implemented in this new version, in fact
we added some more stuff we thought was really cool.
What can you do with w3 JMail? A lot we say! The first thing you want
to do is to add some outgoing e-mail notifications from your web pages,
then move on to creating your own hotmail version using the brand new
POP3 feature in w3 JMail. Securing your e-mails with PGP is a natural
step into a safer communication and with the mailmerge function of w3
JMail you will be able to send newsletters to your customers without
investing in expensive list servers. All in all, w3 JMail will give you new
possibilities to create web applications which will rock!
Now, run the installation (which you probably already have done) and
get acquainted with the world’s most popular e-mail component!
The world’s most popular e-mail component!
Dimac Phone: +46 42 160200
Garnisonsgatan 25 A Fax: +46 42 160230
Box 222 28 Web site: http://www.dimac.net/
250 24 Helsingborg E-mail: info@dimac.net/.w3 JMail
Dimac’s w3 JMail 4.2 features a rewritten core and truckload of new features,
for example:
- The inner architecture of w3 JMail has been redesigned. E-mails are now
sent using the Message Object. Instead of just one object (jmail.smtpmail)
we now have more than 10 (!). For most of us jmail.message will do the trick.
Note that despite all this, w3 JMail 4 is 100% backwards compatible.
- Support for receiving e-mails from POP3 mail servers.
- You can make massive bulkmailings to thousands of thousands of reci-pients
using w3 JMails enque functions. To make it even snazzier, you can
personalize each e-mail with the mailmerge object.
- Encryption of your e-mails using the most popular encryption method, PGP
- Speedmailer, to send e-mails with just one function call.
So read on, get acquainted with the market’s most popular e-mail compo-nent;
Dimac’s w3 JMail.
What’s new?.w3 JMail
To use Dimac’s w3 JMail you must have the jmail.dll registered at your web
server. This is done by either running the installation program or by copying
the jmail.dll fi le to your web server and manually registering it with the com-mand
regsvr32 jmail.dll. Any previous installations of w3 JMail must fi rst be
removed, as described below. To run the installation you must have admini-strator
permissions on the web server.
Double click the w3JMail4.exe fi le to run the installation program. The instal-lation
will by default install at C:/Program Files/Dimac/w3JMail4/ together
with this manual and some example fi les. More example fi les are viewed at
our web site at http://tech.dimac.net. The installation will register the jmail.dll
fi le as a COM object.
Uninstall is available in the Add/Remove Programs in your settings folder.
You can also do this manually by unregistering the jmail.dll component (type
regsvr32 /U jmail.dll) and deleting the fi les..6
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Enqueue and MS Pickup Directory
When using Dimac’s w3 JMail as a mass mailer, you will use the method
nq(). nq() on the other hand uses the SMTP service provided by Microsoft
Internet Information Server (IIS).
The SMTP service has a directory where it polls for e-mails. It is called MS
Pickup directory and it is by default created as C:/Inetpub/mailroot/Pickup.
1. The MS SMTP service must be installed on the machine where w3 JMail
is to be used (or on a remote machine where w3 JMail can access its pickup
directory). Other SMTP servers can be used as well, if they support mail
delivery through a pickup directory.
2. The queueing function is dependant of w3 JMail being able to access
to mail servers’ pickup directory (often located in c:/inetpub/mailroot/pickup,
depending on your installation). Therefore, the fi lesystem permissions some-times
have to be adjusted to allow the IIS guest account (IUSR) to access it.
3. Unless you are running MS Windows 2000 or later, you need to specify
the location for w3 JMail to fi nd the pickup directory. You can do this either
at runtime, like this:
Message.MsPickupdirectory = 0“c:/inetpub/mailroot/pickup/”
or if you are using mailmerge:
You can also do it in your web server’s registry once and for all. Read more
about this in the chapter JMail registry settings.
4. For some installations, you will need to set read/write permissions for the
EVERYONE user in the pickup directory..7
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Note: only the Professional edition of w3 JMail includes PGP Encryption.
Enabling PGP Encryption with w3 JMail
As Dimac’s w3 JMail uses the worldwide renowned PGP to encrypt e-mails,
there are some preliminary steps to take before PGP support is enabled.
First an appropriate license and installation of the PGP software has to be
obtained. Useful internet links are http://www.nai.com, http://www.pgp.com and
PGP and its SDK dll (pgp_sdk.dll) must be installed on the machine where w3
JMail is to be used. Version 6.5.3 of PGP were used during development.
In order to use w3 JMail and PGP from ASP pages (assuming a Windows
NT/2000 system and IIS), the Internet Guest Account (most likely called IUSR
_your-computer-name-here) must have at least read/write access to the PGP
application and key ring fi les (where your encryption keys are stored). How-ever,
we recommend that you set these permissions for the EVERYONE user
as well. Check PGP confi guration for fi nding out where these fi les reside on
your machine.
PGP settings for each user on the system are typically stored in C:/Document
and Settings/[UserName]/Application Data/PGP on Windows 2000.
This means that the user who installed PGP, most likely the administrator,
should have the PGP confi guration fi les in his directory C:/Documents and
Settings/Administrator/Application Data/PGP/.
The IUSR account uses the folder “Default User” and therefore the needed
PGP application data has to be copied into that directory (C:/Document and
Settings/Default User/Application Data/PGP/).
The directories C:/Document and Settings/Default User/Application Data/PGP/
and sometimes also C:/Document and Settings/Administrator/Application Data/
PGP/ should have read/write permissions for the IUSR account. Replace
Administrator with the user name valid in this case.
This should be pretty much the same for NT4 systems, but the folders are
located in C:/WINNT/Profi les instead.
In most cases when encrypting e-mails with PGP using w3 JMail, the encryp-tion
key to be used is found by the e-mail addresses of the recipients. It is
however possible to specify one or more encryption keys to use. A key is speci-fi
ed either by an e-mail address “john@hisdomain.com” or a PGP key id (ex:
0xAABBCCDD). It is possible to supply multiple keys to w3 JMail by separat-ing
the identifi ers with a comma (ex: “john@hisdomain.com, 0xAABBCCDD,
george@hisdomain.com” ).
Regarding support: please note that since PGP is NOT a Dimac product,
support is not provided for problems directly related to the usage of PGP..w3 JMail
Getting started
This section is divided into four parts where you will get acquainted with
Dimac’s w3 JMail functions for sending e-mails, receiving e-mails, encrypting
e-mails and mass mailing personalized e-mails. All examples are shown in
VBscript, the most common scripting language among ASP developers.
Sending e-mails with Dimac w3 JMail
The example below shows how to get up and running with Dimac’s w3 JMail.
You will be shown how to create an e-mail by specifying the subject and body
and how to send it.
First of all we need to create an instance of the jmail.message object:
set msg = Server.CreateOBject( “JMail.Message” )
Now lets turn on logging to make any debugging easier:
msg.Logging = true
We need to provide a sender as well as a recipient:
msg.From = “john.doe@mydomain.com
msg.FromName = “John Doe”
msg.AddRecipient “lisa.simpson@springfi eld.com”
The addRecipient method can be used multiple times to add more than one
recipient. Also, it can take an optional parameter which specifi es the name of
the recipient:
msg.AddRecipient “deliveryboy@futurama.com”, “Fry”
msg.AddRecipient “theblob@southpark.com”, “Cartman”
Ok, now we should add a subject:
msg.Subject = “How are you?”
and a body. The example below also shows how to add carriage returns:
msg.Body = “This w3 JMail stuff rocks!” & vbCrLf
Another way to create the body of the e-mail is to use the appendText
method, which can be used multiple times to build the e-mail body:
msg.appendText “Here’s some text.”
msg.appendText “And here’ s some more”
There you go, the e-mail message is complete, now all we need is to send it.
To do that we need to enter the address of a valid mail server which accepts
incoming e-mails from your web server:
msg.Send( “mail.myDomain.com” )
That’s it! Once you have acquainted yourself with the basics of w3 JMail, you
can fi nd more elaborate examples at our tech site http://tech.dimac.net/..9
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Receiving e-mails with w3 JMail
Introducing with w3 JMail 4 is the ability to connect to POP3 servers and
receive e-mails.
This example will receive the fi rst e-mail in a given mailbox and display it on
the web page together with its attachments which in turn are saved to the
servers’ disc.
First of all we have to create an instance of the JMail.POP3 object:
Set pop3 = Server.CreateObject( “JMail.POP3” )
Then we need to connect to our POP3 server, providing a username and a
pop3.Connect “username”, “password”, “mail.mydomain.com”
Having connected to the mail server, we can now check how many e-mails
reside in the mailbox:
Response.Write( “You have “ & pop3.count &_
“ e-mails in your mailbox!<br><br>” )
If there are any messages, we will get the fi rst of them by using the Mes-sages
if pop3.count > 0 then
Set msg = pop3.Messages.item(1)
Note that the Messages collection starts 1 and not 0 as most other collec-tions
and arrays do. This is because it is the standard way in the world of
POP3 mail servers..10
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Ok, now we have an e-mail. The e-mail is an instance of the Message object
that we used earlier when we sent an e-mail. This means it has all the me-thods
and properties as the Message object has. What we want to do is to
iterate through the Recipients collection that holds (naturally) all the reci-pients
of the message and create a nicely formatted string we can use in our
ReTo = “”
ReCC = “”
Set Recipients = msg.Recipients
separator = “, “
For i = 0 To Recipients.Count - 1
If i = Recipients.Count - 1 Then
separator = “”
End If
Set re = Recipients.item(i)
If re.ReType = 0 Then
ReTo = ReTo & re.Name & “&nbsp;”& re.EMail &”””>” &_
re.EMail & separator
ReCC = ReTo & re.Name & “&nbsp;”& re.EMail &”””>” &_
re.EMail & separator
End If
Ok, that done, let us display our e-mail message:
Subject <%= msg.Subject %><br>
From <%= msg.FromName %><br>
Recipients To <%= ReTO %><br>
Recipients CC <%= ReCC %>
<pre><%= msg.Body %></pre>
After that we close our POP3 connection:
To make it even neater we could add handling of attachments and HTML
e-mails, that and much more are covered in the JMail.POP3 section later in
this manual..11
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Encrypting e-mails with w3 JMail
To use encryption with w3 JMail, you will need to install PGP on your web
server. This is explained in detail under section Enabling PGP Encryption
with Dimac w3 JMail at page 7.
To run this example, you must have a PGP key installed for the recipient at
your web server. You can learn more about to install PGP keys in your PGP
First start off with the code you created when you ran the fi rst w3 JMail exam-ple.
Then, right before the line that sends your e-mail:
msg.Send( “mail.myDomain.com” )
you insert the following:
jmail.PGPEncrypt = true
And that’s it! w3 JMail uses PGP to encrypt your e-mails with the PGP keys
installed at the web server. If the web server does not have PGP keys for the
recipients, w3 JMail will throw an error..12
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Note: only the Professional edition of w3 JMail includes massmailing and
Massmailing personalized e-mails with w3 JMail
A very common way to keep in touch with your web site visitors is to send
e-mails to them whenever you update your website. With w3 JMail mail-merge
functions you can personalize each e-mail with the recipient’s name
and other details that you have collected. Mailmerge works in the way that
you fi rst create a template from which you create the e-mails. The template
can contain any number of merge fi elds which are replaced with personal
information. For example, if the following were your template:
Hi %%name%%!
You have %%ordersCount%% orders in process.
You could easily see the merge fi elds as they begin and end with a double
percentage mark (%).
Now let us take a look at the example. First we will create a message object
that will serve as a template for the merge:
set msgTemplate = Server.CreateObject( “JMail.Message” )
msgTemplate.Subject = “Hi %%Name%%!”
msgTemplate.Body = “Hello %%Name%%, .... bla bla...”
msgTemplate.From = “me@myDomain.com
msgTemplate.FromName = “Mailinglist info!”
msgTemplate.AddRecipient “%%EMail%%”, “%%Name%%”
Note how we actually use merge fi elds in the recipient fi elds as well. There,
our message template is done. Next we create the mailmerge object:
set mMerge = Server.CreateObject( “JMail.MailMerge” )
mMerge.MailTemplate = msgTemplate
That was the fi rst part, now we need a group of recipients. In this example
we use an ADO recordset, however, it is possible to do it manually if you
have a list of recipients on a fi le or so. It is assumed that we already have
established a connection to our SQL server and that the connection is called
MyRS = sqlCon.execute(“SELECT name, email FROM ourCustomers”)
MMerge.BulkMerge myRS, false, “mail.myDomain.com”
As you see we enter our mail server address because the BulkMerge method
sends the e-mails as soon as it has merged them, thus you don’t need to use
the send() method..13
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The BulkMerge method can also be used in conjunction with w3 JMail’s
enque method. Just set the second parameter to TRUE, skip the last para-meter
and the e-mails will be enqued, which is most often the preferred way
to do it as massmailing can be a bulky operation (hence the name Bulk-Merge).
As BulkMerge sends e-mails as it merges, we are fi nished..w3 JMail
Object reference
JMail.POP3........................................................................................................... 15
JMail.Messages .................................................................................................. 17
JMail.Message .................................................................................................... 18
JMail.Headers ..................................................................................................... 27
JMail.Recipients ................................................................................................. 28
JMail.Recipient ................................................................................................... 29
JMail.Attachments............................................................................................... 30
JMail.Attachment ................................................................................................ 31
JMail.MailMerge .................................................................................................. 32
JMail.PGPKeys ................................................................................................... 33
JMail.PGPKeyInfo ............................................................................................... 34
JMail.SpeedMailer .............................................................................................. 35.15
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Connect(Username, Password, Server, Port) :
Opens the connection to the POP3 server. The Port argument is optional and defaults to 110.
mailbox.Connect “john”, “qwerty”, “mail.myDomain.com”
DeleteMessages() :
Deletes all messages from the mail server.
DeleteSingleMessage(MessageID) :
Deletes a single message on the mail server.
Mailbox.DeleteSingleMessage 1
Disconnect() :
Closes the connection to the server.
DownloadHeaders() :
Downloads all headers and adds them in the Messages collection.
DownloadMessages() :
Downloads all messages.
DownloadSingleHeader(MessageID) :
Downloads the headers of a single message, and adds them to the Messages collection.
Mailbox.DownloadSingleHeader 1
DownloadUnreadMessages() :
Downloads all unread (messages that have not been downloaded by ANY clientsoftware) e-mails. The
e-mails are added to the messages collection. Note this command has been removed from the POP3
specifi cation (RFC1725), so it may not be supported by all mail servers.
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GetLastUnreadMessage() : Integer
Returns the ID of the fi rst unread (message that has not been downloaded by ANY client software)
message. Return 0 if no messages has been accessed, -1 if this command is not supported by the
server. Note this command has been removed from the POP3 specifi cation (RFC1725), so it may not
be supported by all mail servers.
lastMessage = Mailbox.GetLastUnreadMessage
GetMessageUID(MessageID) : String
Returns the server’s unique id for this message.
Mailbox.GetMessageUID 1
Count() : Integer
Returns the number of messages on the POP3 server.
i = mailbox.Count
Log() : String
This is the log created by w3 JMail when logging is set to TRUE.
Response.Write( mailbox.Log )
Logging() : Boolean
Enables/Disables logging in w3 JMail. Default value is FALSE.
mailbox.Logging = true
Messages() : Pointer
Returns the Messages object through which you can access the messages.
set messages = mailbox.Messages
Size() : Integer
Returns the total size of your mailbox in bytes.
size = mailbox.Size.17
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Clear() :
Clears the collection. Note it will NOT remove ANY e-mails from your mail server.
Count() : Integer
Returns the number of messages in the collection.
i = Messages.Count
Item(Index) : Pointer
Returns a message object.
set msg = Messages.Item(0).18
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AddAttachment(FileName, isInline, ContentType) : String
Adds a fi le attachment to the message. If Inline is set to TRUE, the attachment will be added as an
inline attachment and addAttachment() returns the content id. This is only useful when sending HTML
Message.AddAttachment(“c:/autoexec.bat”) or cid = Message.AddAttachment(“myImage.gif”,
AddCustomAttachment(FileName, Data, isInline) : String
Adds a custom attachment. This can be used to attach “virtual fi les” like a generated text string or
certifi cate etc. If Inline is set to TRUE, the attachment will be added as an inline attachment and
addAttachment() returns the content id. This is only useful when sending HTML e-mails.
Message.AddCustomAttachment(“readme.txt”, “Contents of fi le”)
AddHeader(XHeader, Value) :
Adds a user defi ned X-header to the message.
Message.AddHeader “Originating-IP”,””
AddNativeHeader(Header, Value) :
Adds a header to the message.
Message.AddNativeHeader “MTA-Settings”, “route”
AddRecipient(emailAddress, recipientName, PGPKey) :
Adds a recipient to the message.
JMail.AddRecipient “info@dimac.net
AddRecipientBCC(emailAddress, PGPKey) :
Adds a blind carbon copy recipient to the message. AddRecipientBCC can be used multiple times for
several recipients. RecipientName is optional. PGPKey is optional, if not supplied and PGPencryption is
set to TRUE, it will default to emailAddress.
Message.AddRecipientBCC “info@dimac.net
AddRecipientCC(emailAddress, recipientName, PGPKey) :
Adds a carbon copy recipient to the message. AddRecipientCC can be used multiple times for several
recipients. RecipientName is optional. PGPKey is optional, if not supplied and PGPencryption is set to
TRUE, it will default to emailAddress.
Message.AddRecipientCC “info@dimac.net”.19
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AddURLAttachment(bstrURL, bstrAttachAs, isInline, bstrAuth) : String
Downloads and adds an attachment based on a URL. A seconds argument, “AttachAs”, is used for
specifying the fi lename that the attachment will receive in the message. If Inline is set to TRUE, the
attachment will be added as an inline attachment and addAttachment returns the content id. This is useful
when sending HTML e-mails. A last and optional argument is used for optional WWW-Authentication.
“w3jmail4.exe”) or Message.AddURLAttachment(“http://
download.dimac.net/jmail/w3jmail4.exe”, “w3jmail4.exe”,false, “myUserName:myPassword”)
or cid = Message.AddURLAttachment(“http://images.dimac.net/dimaclogo.gif”,
“dimaclogo.gif”,true )
AppendBodyFromFile(FileName) :
Clears the body of the message and replaces it with the contents of the fi le.
Message.AppendBodyFromFile “c:/mytext.txt”
AppendHTML(Text) :
Append “text” to HTMLBody of message.
AppendText(Text) :
Append “text” to body.
JMail.AppendText “Text appended to message Body”
Clear() :
Clears the message object, and gives you a new clean message.
ClearAttachments() :
Clears the list of attachments.
ClearCustomHeaders() :
Clears all custom headers.
ClearRecipients() :
Clear the recipient list.
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Close() :
Forces w3 JMail to close a cached connection to a mail server.
DecodeHeader(Header) : String
Decodes a message header.
Response.Write( Message.DecodeHeader( Headers[“ReplyTo”] ) )
ExtractEmailAddressesFromURL(bstrURL, bstrAuth) :
Downloads and adds e-mail addresses from a URL.
Message.ExtractEmailAddressesFromURL “http://duplo.org/generateEmailList.asp
GetMessageBodyFromURL(bstrURL, bstrAuth) :
Clears the body of the message and replaces it with the contents of the URL. The content type is
automaticly set to match the content type of the URL. The second argument (login and password) is
Message.GetMessageBodyFromURL “http://duplo.org/”, “login:password”
KeyInformation(keyIdentifi er) : Pointer
Returns a PGPKey object holding information for the keys matching the supplied identifi er.
keys = Message.KeyInformation(“charlie@hisdomain.com”)
LoadFromStream(Stream) :
Loads a message from a stream. Note the stream data must be compatible with the message format
described in RFC822.
Message.LoadFromStream myStream
LogCustomMessage(Message) :
Logs a custom user message to the w3 JMail log. This function works ONLY if logging is set to TRUE.
Message.LogCustomMessage “Hello world”
nq() :
Append the e-mail to the mail queue and returns.
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ParseMessage(MessageSource) :
Parses a message. MessageSource must be compatible with the message format described in RFC822.
Message.ParseMessage myHeaders & vbCrLf & myBody
SaveToStream(Stream) :
Saves the message source ( RFC822 compatible message ) to a stream.
Message.SaveToStream myStream
Send(mailServer, enque) : Boolean
Sends the message. Mail servers is a string with one or more hostnames separated by a
semicolon. A username and password can also be provided for each server in the format
Message.Send( “myMailServer” ),
SendToNewsGroup(ServerName, Newsgroups) :
Sends the message to Newsgroups (Separated by a “,”) using the NNTP server specifi ed.
SendToNewsGroup myNNTPServer, “alt.test, alt.test.test”
VerifyKeys(keyString) : Boolean
Returns TRUE if ALL the supplied keys where found in the local keyring.
JMail.VerifyKeys “recipient1@hisdomain.com,recipient2@hisdomain.com
About() : String
Some useful information.
Response.Write( Message.About )
Attachments() : Pointer
Returns the Attachments collection.
set attachments = Message.Attachments
Body() : String
Returns the message’s body.
Response.Write( Message.Body ) or Message.Body = “Hello world.”
BodyText() : String
Returns the entire raw unparsed body ( Text - Headers.Text ).
Response.Write( Message.BodyText ).22
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Charset() : String
The charset of the message. The default is “US-ASCII”.
Message.Charset = “US-ASCII”
ContentTransferEncoding() : String
Specifi es the content transfer encoding. The default is “Quoted-Printable”.
Message.ContentTransferEncoding = “base64”
ContentType() : String
Returns the Body’s Content-Type.
Response.Write( Message.ContentType )
Date() : Date
Returns the DateTime when the message was sent.
Response.Write( Message.Date )
DeferredDelivery() : Date
Sets deferred delivery of messages. If the mail server supports it the message won’t be delivered until
this date and time.
Message.DeferredDelivery = CDate( “2000-12-12” )
Encoding() : String
This can be used to change the default attachment encoding from base64. Valid options are “base64”
or “quoted-printable”.
Message.Encoding = “base64”
EncryptAttachments() : Boolean
Set to TRUE all attachments will be encrypted too if encryption is enabled.The default value is TRUE.
Message.EncryptAttachments = true
ErrorCode() : Integer
Contains the error code if message.silent is set to TRUE.
Response.Write( message.ErrorCode );
ErrorMessage() : String
Contains the error message if message.silent is set to TRUE.
Response.Write( message.ErrorMessage );.23
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ErrorSource() : String
Contains the error source if message.silent is set to TRUE.
Response.Write( message.ErrorSource );
From() : String
The sender’s e-mail address.
Response.Write( Message.From ) or Message.From = “kyle@twinpeaks.com
FromName() : String
The sender’s name.
Response.Write( Message.FromName ) or Message.FromName = “John Doe”
Headers() : Pointer
Returns the header’s object.
set Headers = Message.Headers
HTMLBody() : String
Used to set and get the HTML part of the message body (if any).
Message.HTMLBody = “<html><body>Hello<br></body></html>”
ISOEncodeHeaders() : Boolean
Encodes header strings according to iso-8859-1 character sets. The default is TRUE.
Message.ISOEncodeHeaders = false
Log() : String
This is the log created by w3 JMail when logging is set to TRUE.
Response.Write( Message.Log );
Logging() : Boolean
Enables/Disables logging in w3 JMail.
Message.Logging = true
MailData() : String
The raw maildata as the e-mail will look like when it is delivered.
Response.write( Message.MailData ).24
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MailDomain() : String
This can be used to override the EHLO/HELO statement to your mail server.
Message.Maildomain = “hello.world.com”
MailServerPassWord() : String
Used to specify the password for SMTP server authentication if the mail server requires a user to log in.
Message.MailServerPassword = “myPassword”
MailServerUserName() : String
Used to specify the username for SMTP server authentication if the mail server requires a user to log in.
Message.MailServerUserName = “myUserName”
MimeVersion() : String
Specifi es the mime version. The default is “1.0”.
Message.MimeVersion = “1.0”
MsPickupdirectory() : String
The path to the pickup directory of MS SMTP service. If you run MS windows 2000, w3 JMail will
autodetect the path from registry settings.
Message.MsPickupdirectory = “c:/myfolder”
PGPEncrypt() : Boolean
Set to TRUE, the e-mail will be encrypted when the message is sent, using PGP.
Message.PGPEncrypt = true
PGPPassphrase() : String
The PGP passphrase used when signing.
Message.PGPPassPhrase = true
PGPSign() : Boolean
Set to TRUE, the e-mail will be signed when the message is sent, using PGP.
Message.PGPSign = true
PGPSignkey() : String
An e-mail address or a PGP key id identifying the key to be used for signing.
Message.PGPSingKey = “charlie@hisdomain.com”.25
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Priority() : Byte
Returns the message’ priority. 3 is normal priority.
Response.Write( Message.Priority ) or Message.priority= 2
Recipients() : Pointer
Returns the Recipient’s collection.
set recipients = Message.Recipients
RecipientsString() : String
Readonly property of all recipients of this message.
Response.Write( Message.Recipients )
ReplyTo() : String
Specifi es an optional reply address.
Message.ReplyTo = “president@dimac.net
ReturnReceipt() : Boolean
Specifi es whether or not the sender requires a return receipt. The default value of the property is FALSE.
Message.ReturnReceipt = true
Silent() : Boolean
Set to TRUE, w3 JMail will not throw exceptions. Instead Message.send() will return TRUE or FALSE
depending on the success of the operation.
Message.silent = true
SimpleLayout() : Boolean
Set to TRUE to reduce the number of headers w3 JMail produces.
JMail.SimpleLayout = true
Size() : Integer
Returns the total size of the message in bytes.
Response.Write( Message.Size )
Subject() : String
The message’s subject.
Response.Write( Message.Subject ) or Message.subject = “w3 JMail is here!”.26
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Text() : String
Returns the entire message source.
Response.Write( Message.Text )
UsePipelining() : Boolean
Overrides if w3 JMail should use pipelining on a server that supports it.
Message.Pipelining = false
Version() : String
Returns version information.
Response.Write( Message.Version )
PGPDecode( DecodeBody, DecodeAttachments ) : Pointer
This method will decode the contents of the message object using PGP. It will decrypt the contents and
verify any signatures. A passphrase must be specifi ed for decryption. The two parameters allow for only
decoding parts of a message.
Set DecodeBody to TRUE to decrypt/ verify the text parts of the message (Body and HTMLBody). Set
DecodeAttachments to TRUE to decrypt/ verify the attachments of the message.
The return value is an PGPDecodeResults object, holding the results of the operation. PGP errors,
signature verifi cation status and other results for all decoded parts of the message are reported through
this object.
Example: Message.PGPPassPhrase = “mypassword”;
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GetHeader(Headername) : String
Returns the value of HeaderName.
Response.Write( Headers.GetHeader( “X-Mailer” ) )
Text() : String
Returns all headers.
Response.Write( Headers.Text ).28
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Add(Value) :
Adds a recipient to the collection.
Recipients.Add re
Clear() :
Clears the collection.
Count() : Integer
Returns the number of recipients in the collection.
i = Recipients.Count
Item(Index) : Pointer
Returns a recipient object.
set re = Recipients.Item(0).29
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New(Name, EMail, recipientType) : Pointer
Creates a new recipient, whom you can add to the Recipients collection.
set re = Recipient.New( “Firstname Lastname”, “name@domain.com”, 0 )
EMail() : String
Returns the recipient’s e-mail.
Response.Write( Recipient.EMail )
Name() : String
Returns the recipient’s name.
Response.Write( Recipient.Name )
ReType() : Integer
Returns the recipient’s type ( To = 0, CC = 1, BCC = 2 ).
Response.Write( Recipient.ReType ).30
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Add(Attachment) :
Adds an attachments to the collection.
Attachments.Add( re )
Clear() :
Clears the collection.
Count() : Integer
Returns the number of attachments in the collection.
i = Attachments.Count
Item(Index) : Pointer
Returns an attachment object.
set attachment = Attachments.Item(0).31
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New(FileName, ContentType, Data) : Pointer
Creates a new attachment which you can add to the Attachments collection. If Data is specifi ed w3 JMail
creates a custom attachment containing the data, else it reads FileName from the disk.
set attachment = Attachment.New( “myAttachment.text”, “text/plain”, “this is my new
text fi le” )
SaveToFile(FileName) :
Saves the attachment to the disk.
Attachment.SaveToFile “c:/incomingAttachments/” & Attachment.Name
ContentType() : String
Returns the attachment’s ContentType.
Response.Write( Attachment.ContentType )
Data() : String
Returns the attachment’s data.
Response.Write( Attachment.Data )
isInline() : Boolean
Name() : String
Returns the attachment’s fi lename.
Response.Write( Attachment.Name )
Size() : Integer
Returns the attachment’s size.
Response.Write( Attachment.Size ).32
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BulkMerge(RecordSet, enque, Maildestination) :
Merges an entire recordset with mailTemplate and sends alternatively enques it. Mail server or pickup
directory is specifi ed in mail destination.
MailMerge.BulkMerge myRS, false, “mail.myDomain.com” or MailMerge.BulkMerge myRS,
true, “c:/inetpub/mailroot/pickup”
Expand() : Pointer
Merges MailTemplate with user defi ned variables specifi ed in the Item property.
ExpandFromRecordSet(RecordSet) : Pointer
Merges one row from an ADO Recordset with MailTemplate.
set msg = MailMerge.ExpandFromRecordSet( myRS )
SetDebugMode(TestMailAddress, TestCount) :
Tells Mailmerge to enter debug mode. All recipients in your e-mails will be set to TestMailAddress,
TestCount e-mails will be sent to you.
MailMerge.SetDebugMode “myEMail@company.com”, 10
Item(VariableName) : String
Sets your merging variables manually. Note you can not combine this with recordset merges.
MailMerge.Item( “CustomerName” ) = “Lisa Nilsson”
MailTemplate() : Pointer
Sets your own created Message object (it will serve as a template in the merge process).
MailMerge.MailTemplate = myMsg
MergeAttachments() : Boolean
If set to TRUE, attachments will also be scanned for merge variables and be mailmerged.
MailMerge.MergeAttachments = True.33
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Count() : Integer
The number of keys in the collection.
Response.write( keys.Count )
Item(Index) : Pointer
Returns PGPKeyInfo objects from the collection.
key = keys.Item(0).34
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KeyCreationDate() : String
The date the key was created.
Response.write( keys.KeyCreationDate )
KeyID() : String
The id of the key.
Response.write( KeyID )
KeyUser() : String
The name of the user who created the key.
Response.write( keys.KeyUser ).35
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EnqueMail(FromEMail, RecipientEMails, Subject, Body, MsPickupdirectory) :
Places the e-mail in the mail queue. All data is provided through parameters.
SpeedMail.EnqueMail “me@mydomain.com”,”recipient@hisdomain.com”,”This is a
SendMail(FromEMail, RecipientEMails, Subject, Body, MailServers) :
Sends an e-mail with SMTP, all mail data is provided through parameters.
SpeedMail.SendMail “me@mydomain.com”,”recipient@hisdomain.com”,”This is a
SendXMLMail(XML) :
More info about ths function can be found at http://xml.dimac.net/namespace/jmail.
SpeedMailer.SendXMLMail XMLString.36
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This object holds the individual results from a PGPDecode() operation, for each part
of the message.
Body : Pointer
This property returns a PGPDecodeResult object for the message body.
HTMLBody : Pointer
This property returns a PGPDecodeResult object for the message html body.
Attachments : Pointer
This property returns a PGPDecodeResultCollection object. It is a collection holding PGPDecodeResult
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This object holds the results of a PGPDecode() operation.
SigningUsed : boolean
Returns true if the message part was signed, false otherwise.
EncryptionUsed : boolean
Returns true if the message part was encrypted, false otherwise.
SignatureGood : boolean
Returns true if the signature ( if any ) was successfully verifi ed, false otherwise.
Success : boolean
Returns true if the PGPDecode() operation fi nished without errors, false otherwise.
PGPErrorCode : integer
Returns the PGPError code. If no error occured, this will be 0. Use the property “Success” to determine
if the operation failed.
PGPErrorMsg : String
Returns a string describing the error code found in the “PGPErrorCode” property. If no error occured this
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This object is a collection holding PGPDecodeResult objects. The number of items
should equal the number of attachments.
long Count
Returns the number of items in this collection.
PGPDecodeResul Item( index )
Returns the item with the given index. The object returned corresponds with the attachment with the same
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Appendix: w3 JMail registry settings
The registry settings are automatically set when running the installation pro-gram.
You also have the possibility to set them manually.
All w3 JMail’s registry keys are located in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/
Valid values: “true” , “false”
default-value = true
This can be used to turn off the function AddAttachment( Filename ). You can
specify virtually any fi le on the server and attach it to an e-mail.
Valid values: “true” , “false”
default-value = true
Set to FALSE, the functions
- AddURLAttachment
- ExtractEmailAddressesFromURL
- GetMessageBodyFromURL
will be disabled.
Valid values: “true” , “false”
default-value = false
If w3 JMail is used from ASP pages and this value is set to TRUE, w3 JMail
will create an extra header in sent e-mails called “X-USER_IP” containing the
ip address of the computer requesting the ASP page.
Valid values: “true”, “false”
default-value = true
Set to FALSE, the POP3 support in w3 JMail will be disabled.
Valid values: “true”, “false”
default-value = true
Set to FALSE, the method “SendToNewsGroup” will be disabled..40
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‘Default Mailserver’
Valid values: a string representing the name/address of the desired default
mail server. If no default mail server is to be used then set the value to “” (an
empty string) or remove the string value.
default-value = “”
If this fi eld is present and not equals to “” (empty string) the name will be
used as mail server regardless of whatever mail server stated with w3 JMail
properties and methods.
‘Default Pickupdirectory’
Valid values: a string representing the path to use as pickup directory. Leaves
this fi eld blank or deletes it if you do not wish to use a default pickup direc-tory.
default-value = “”
If this fi eld is present and not equals to “” (empty string) the name will be used
as pickupdirectory regardless of whatever pickup directory stated in w3 JMail
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Software will be uninterrupted or error-free. DIMAC AB is not responsible for
any problem, including any problem which would otherwise be a breach of
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* Accident, abuse or misapplication..42
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shall not be diminished or abridged by the termination of this Agreement..43
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