Class MailLogger

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    java.util.EventListener, BuildListener, BuildLogger

    public class MailLogger
    extends DefaultLogger
    Buffers log messages from DefaultLogger, and sends an e-mail with the results. The following Project properties are used to send the mail.
    • MailLogger.mailhost [default: localhost] - Mail server to use
    • MailLogger.port [default: 25] - Default port for SMTP
    • Maillogger.user [no default] - user name for SMTP auth (requires JavaMail)
    • Maillogger.password [no default] - password for SMTP auth (requires JavaMail)
    • Maillogger.ssl [default: false] - on or true if ssl is needed (requires JavaMail)
    • MailLogger.from [required] - Mail "from" address
    • MailLogger.from [no default] - Mail "replyto" address(es), comma-separated
    • MailLogger.failure.notify [default: true] - Send build failure e-mails?
    • MailLogger.success.notify [default: true] - Send build success e-mails?
    • MailLogger.failure.to [required if failure mail to be sent] - Address to send failure messages to
    • MailLogger.success.to [required if success mail to be sent] - Address to send success messages to
    • MailLogger.failure.cc [no default] - Address to send failure messages to carbon copy (cc)
    • MailLogger.success.to [no default] - Address to send success messages to carbon copy (cc)
    • MailLogger.failure.bcc [no default] - Address to send failure messages to blind carbon copy (bcc)
    • MailLogger.success.bcc [no default] - Address to send success messages to blind carbon copy (bcc)
    • MailLogger.failure.subject [default: "Build Failure"] - Subject of failed build
    • MailLogger.success.subject [default: "Build Success"] - Subject of successful build
    • MailLogger.failure.body [default: none] - fixed text of mail body for a failed build, default is to send the logfile
    • MailLogger.success.body [default: none] - fixed text of mail body for a successful build, default is to send the logfile
    • MailLogger.mimeType [default: text/plain] - MIME-Type of email
    • MailLogger.charset [no default] - character set of email
    • Maillogger.starttls.enable [default: false] - on or true if STARTTLS should be supported (requires JavaMail)
    • MailLogger.properties.file [no default] - Filename of properties file that will override other values.
    These properties are set using standard Ant property setting mechanisms (<property>, command-line -D, etc). Ant properties can be overridden by specifying the filename of a properties file in the MailLogger.properties.file property . Any properties defined in that file will override Ant properties.