Email::Sender::Server - Eventual Email Delivery System
$ ess help start
$ ess start
package main; # eventual emailer my $mailer = Email::Sender::Server::Client->new; my $receipt = $mailer->email(to => '...', subject => '...', body => '...');
$ ess config # set some defaults in ./ess_data/ess.cfg
$ tree ./ess_data/ # ... peek behind the curtain
also, send email from the command-line ...
$ ess email to:email@example.com from:firstname.lastname@example.org subject:Howdy ... # and/or pipe to stdin $ cat textfile.txt | ess email :text to:email@example.com ...
Email::Sender::Server is designed to provide a simple API for sending emails from your applications in a non-blocking fashion. It accomplishes this by separating the email creation and delivery events, thus email delivery becomes eventual in-that email messages are not required to be delivered immediately.
This is very much a work in-progress, more documentation soon to come, see Email::Sender::Server::Client for more usage exmaples.
The run method is used to execute Email::Sender::Server::Controller commands. Most commands exit abruptly and prints to STDOUT. This method is intended to be used by a command-line interface.
use Email::Sender::Server; # start the server with 1 worker Email::Sender::Server::run('start', 'worker:1');
Al Newkirk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2010 by Al Newkirk.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.