George asked: >> I am following all this with great interest. I would love a way to >> send >> e-mail from an app, but hope you smart guys figure how to do it >> without the >> user having to make some special settings. > tedd responded: > George: > > We had a way to send email because I remember using the code -- and it > worked. It was called "SimpleEmailDemo" -- however, it was not OS X > code. > > Unfortunately, my copy of the source code is corrupt > (SMTP_Routine.Lib) and thus doesn't work any longer. > > If anyone has a copy, I sure would like to have it. > These (there is a POP and SMTP demo) were written in FB2 by Jamin (I believe). Also, the FB2 code is a front-end for the majority of the code (that I believe - but haven't checked- is machine code) that is loaded from resources. I don't know if any of the machine code (assume it is low-level SMTP/POP3 stuff) needs to be accessible for possible changes due to the many OS changes since the time it was written by Jamin. Since I'm not SMTP/POP3 knowledgeable, I can't answer that question. My preference would be a demo written in FB^3 without machine code resources (inline assembly where necessary is maintainable) if anyone has the time/knowledge to create it. Maybe Jamin will chime in with some thoughts.