[erlang-questions] Email app for Erlang

Bob Ippolito <>
Tue Mar 20 23:19:29 CET 2007


Stackless wouldn't really help you much. There's just as many open
source SMTP servers written for stackless as there are for Erlang
(zero). Twisted does have something that is supposedly pretty
complete, but I do not know anyone who has used it other than
http://divmod.com/ (they pretty much wrote it all).

If you're not up for writing your own implementation, Twisted is
probably a pretty good choice. Stackless is not really.

-bob

On 3/20/07,  <> wrote:
> bummer! was hoping to use this instead of python twisted or stackless :(
> thanks pj durai and peter
>
> mark
>
>
> On 3/20/07, Peter Lund < > wrote:
> > PJ Durai skrev:
> > > Peter Lund <erlang <at> lundata.se> writes:
> > >> Are you looking for a SMTP client or server? There is a SMTP client
> > >> written by Mike Bradford all in erlang that I am using very
> successfully.
> > >>
> > >> http://erlang.org/user.html#smtp_client-1.1
> > >>
> > >> mobiledreamers <at> gmail.com skrev:
> > >>> Ejabberd does jabber/chat
> > >>> eddie  - web server
> > >>> for email like qmail/sendmail - ?
> > >
> > > He wants the former I think. A mail server (MTA ?) like SendMail or
> PostFix.
> > > It would be a killer app in Erlang IMHO.
> > > I have never seen one that is freely available.
> > I do belive you are correct there. I have not either seen any erlang
> > SMTP server implementation published on this list for anyone to use.
> > This is still a to-do item for someone in the erlang community to do. :)
> >
> > /Peter
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