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From "Howard W. Smith, Jr." <>
Subject Re: TomEE JavaMail problems
Date Sun, 19 Oct 2014 11:44:11 GMT
You did the right thing. For years, I have been posting to this list about
my issues with geronimo javamail (which is shipped/bundled with tomee+) and
the workaround is to remove-and-replace geronimo javamail JAR with (Oracle)
JavaMail JAR.

Now, my endusers don't like the few seconds wait/delay that it takes to
sendMail via (Oracle) JavaMail, so I am using MessageDrivenBean via Apache
MQ (bundled with TomEE+) to send the mail after user click Send Mail button
in webapp.

On Sat, Oct 18, 2014 at 9:59 PM, iluvtr <> wrote:

> I use a Tomcat 7, recently I considered to use TomEE in order to get full
> power of Java EE without all that plumbing that comes with plain Tomcat.
> The bad news came with email sending, because compared it was taking a
> long,
> long time compared with plain Tomcat with Oracle JavaMail.
> Sending email with TomEE: 116393 ms
> Sending email with Tomcat 7: 4557 ms
> I thought it was a bug and filed here
>, but TomEE team couldn't
> reproduce the failure and told me that maybe it was some network problem.
> I have disabled antivirus, firewall, everything, and tested in two
> different
> computers one in my home and other in my work, but still having that
> problem,
> This problem doesn't occur in plain Tomcat 7, I even tested the same code
> in
> Glassfish 3.1 and works pretty well there.
> Recently I replaced Geronimo JavaMail with Oracle JavaMail and all my
> problems went away, so I think that this problem has something to do with
> Geronimo implementation
>     I added geronimo-osgi-locator-1.1.jar to TOMEE/lib
>     I removed geronimo-javamail_1.4_mail-1.8.3.jar in TOMEE/lib
>     I added mail.jar (Oracle JavaMail)
> What do you think: Is the change I made will affect badly TomEE ?
> Thank you so much
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