1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 26, 2008 8:28 AM by Sara Rodríguez Dorrego

    Problem sending mails

    Sara Rodríguez Dorrego Novice


      I'm trying sending mails but I don't get it. I've tried two differents ways to do it.

      1) Mail-node. It's code is:

      <mail-node name="Enviar notificacion" to="xxx@hotmail.com">
       Prueba Jbpm
       <transition to="Fin" name="t2"></transition>

      and jbpm.cgf is

       The default configurations can be found in org/jbpm/default.jbpm.cfg.xml
       Those configurations can be overwritten by putting this file called
       jbpm.cfg.xml on the root of the classpath and put in the customized values.
       <string name="jbpm.mail.smtp.host" value="smtp.xxx.es" />
       <bean name="jbpm.mail.address.resolver" class="org.jbpm.identity.mail.IdentityAddressResolver" singleton="true" />
       <string name="jbpm.mail.user" value="xxx" />
       <string name="jbpm.mail.pass" value="xxx" />
       <string name="jbpm.mail.from.address" value="xxx@gmail.com"/>
       <string name="jbpm.mail.port" value="25" />
       <string name="jbpm.mail.smtp.auth" value="true" />
       <string name="jbpm.mail.debug" value="true" />

      It doesn't work. If I put the jbpm.mail.smtp.auth a true the authentication fail, and if I put it to false the error is this:

      Recipient address rejected: Access denied 554 + "Invalid Addresses"

      2) The second way is declare a node in which handler I try to send a mail. But occurs the similar problem:

      package handlers;
      import java.util.ArrayList;
      import java.util.List;
      import java.util.Properties;
      import org.jbpm.JbpmConfiguration;
      import org.jbpm.graph.def.ActionHandler;
      import org.jbpm.graph.exe.ExecutionContext;
      import org.jbpm.mail.Mail;
      public class MyMailAction implements ActionHandler {
       private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
       public void execute(ExecutionContext context) throws Exception {
       System.out.println("---->>>Estoy en execution context");
       try {
       Properties p = new Properties();
       p.put("mail.smtp.host", JbpmConfiguration.Configs.getObject("jbpm.mail.smtp.host"));
       //p.put("mail.smtp.port", JbpmConfiguration.Configs.getObject("jbpm.mail.port"));
       p.put("mail.smtp.auth", JbpmConfiguration.Configs.getObject("jbpm.mail.smtp.auth"));
       p.put("mail.smtp.user", JbpmConfiguration.Configs.getObject("jbpm.mail.user"));
       p.put("mail.smtp.password", JbpmConfiguration.Configs.getObject("jbpm.mail.pass"));
       p.put("mail.debug", JbpmConfiguration.Configs.getObject("jbpm.mail.debug"));
       p.put("mail.from.address", JbpmConfiguration.Configs.getObject("jbpm.mail.from.address"));
       p.put("mail.class.name", JbpmConfiguration.Configs.getObject("mail.class.name"));
       List l = new ArrayList();
       Mail.send(p, "sss@gmail.com",l, "The subject", "The text");
       } catch (Exception e ) {
       System.out.println("---->>>Estoy en execution context");

      I realized that exist mail-service.xml ... It's using this file. How can I dolve this?