IntroductionIn my last article i write about how to save JForex values to files, expecting this month to write about saving this values on database. But i need to find and test a simple database that can be used by the most part of our readers without to much settings, configurations et all and i haven't finished it yet. Because of that, i write in this article about sending emails from inside of JForex in reaction to some values or events we want to get informed about them. The information about this subject provided on Dukascopy Wiki is somewhat incomplete and not works "out of the box", because almost all e-mail providers changed the way we can send e-mails using their servers. The example provided on wiki works if you have a insecure smtp (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server, and actually this is not used by almost all e-mail providers to avoid spam and unauthorized access. The possibility of sending e-mails inside JForex with events, values or alerts is a good tool for the ones who can't be always looking the charts but want to be alerted when something occurs and have access to their e-mail. With this article you can build your strategy to send e-mails with text only. At t…
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