This is quick post to inform you that today Ton Sharp gave new life to one of our plugins sfEmailPlugin:
So he basically updated it and made compatible with all 1.x symfony versions.
One of the most important updates he did is now the plugin allows to replace transport protocol in symfony 1.3-1.4 so sent emails can be stored on file system as .EML files (therefore you can see real emails stored as files and not those ugly serialized piece of *#$* which is provided by default by FileTransport mechanism 🙂 )
And everyone feel free to include this plugin into your projects.
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