Send email with multiple attachments via Spring

This tutorial will show you how to send a basic mail via Spring framework’s email support.

The Spring Framework provides a helpful utility library for sending email that shields the user from the specifics of the underlying mailing system and is responsible for low level resource handling on behalf of the client. A class that comes in pretty handy when dealing with JavaMail messages is the org.springframework.mail.javamail.MimeMessageHelper class, which shields you from having to use the verbose JavaMail API. Using the MimeMessageHelper it is pretty easy to create a MimeMessage. Multipart email messages allow for both attachments and inline resources. Continue reading “Send email with multiple attachments via Spring”

Send email with inline attachment or resource via Spring

This tutorial will show you how to send a basic mail via Spring framework’s email support.

The Spring Framework provides a helpful utility library for sending email that shields the user from the specifics of the underlying mailing system and is responsible for low level resource handling on behalf of the client. A class that comes in pretty handy when dealing with JavaMail messages is the org.springframework.mail.javamail.MimeMessageHelper class, which shields you from having to use the verbose JavaMail API. Using the MimeMessageHelper it is pretty easy to create a MimeMessage. Multipart email messages allow for both attachments and inline resources. Examples of inline resources would be images or a stylesheet you want to use in your message, but that you don’t want displayed as an attachment. Inline resources are added to the mime message using the specified Content-ID (file.getName() in the below example). The order in which you are adding the text and the resource are very important. Be sure to first add the text and after that the resources. If you are doing it the other way around, it won’t work! Continue reading “Send email with inline attachment or resource via Spring”

Send email with attachment via Spring

This tutorial will show you how to send a basic mail via Spring framework’s email support.

The Spring Framework provides a helpful utility library for sending email that shields the user from the specifics of the underlying mailing system and is responsible for low level resource handling on behalf of the client. A class that comes in pretty handy when dealing with JavaMail messages is the org.springframework.mail.javamail.MimeMessageHelper class, which shields you from having to use the verbose JavaMail API. Using the MimeMessageHelper it is pretty easy to create a MimeMessage. Multipart email messages allow for both attachments and inline resources. The following example shows you how to use the MimeMessageHelper to send an email along with a single MS Word attachment. Continue reading “Send email with attachment via Spring”