update PHPmailer to 6.2

10 months 2 weeks ago #322616 by Jimmm
update PHPmailer to 6.2 was created by Jimmm
update PHPmailer to 6.2 or use send mail of CMS ?

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10 months 2 weeks ago #322649 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic update PHPmailer to 6.2
We will be shifting more API calls to Joomla with CB 3.0 since Joomla 4 provides a modern framework now. We already have a feature ticket for this found below.

forge.joomlapolis.com/issues/8140

Regardless of this why should we updated to 6.2 at your request? What use is this update to you? Are you experiencing problems as result of an older release? Please do not just make random demands with no explanation.


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10 months 1 week ago - 10 months 1 week ago #322763 by Jimmm
Replied by Jimmm on topic update PHPmailer to 6.2
Ths is just our wishlist :)

our host just ask us to use 6.2 instead of running legacy system 5.x

Nice that you have a feature ticket for this :)

Maybe you know when you plan just simply using the CMS e.g. Application::CMS->sendMail ?

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10 months 1 week ago #322776 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic update PHPmailer to 6.2
We will be using more Joomla APIs with CB 3.0. That is when we will deprecate our usage of PHPMailer as it won't be necessary anymore. We originally used our own as Joomla just didn't update often enough, but Joomla 4 is paving the way for a more modern Joomla framework that we'd like to get more involved with and ideally contribute to improving Joomla 4 as well.

Joomla 3.x is now using PHPMailer 5.2.28. Same as CB. Joomla 4 is using 6.2.0. Doesn't make any sense for us to switch right now until CB 3.0, which will likely drop Joomla 3.x support. CB 3.0 is planned to hopefully be out by end of year, but it's a near full rewrite of CB so it'll take time.


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