Simple Java Mail aims to be the simplest to use lightweight mailing framework for Java, while being able to send complex email messages including attachments and embedded images. The Simple Java Mail framework essentially is a wrapper around the JavaMail SMTP mailing API that allows users to define email messages on a high abstraction level without having to deal with terminology such as "multipart" and "mimemessage".
Pax Exam is a tool to ease testing OSGi frameworks and applications. It provides a simple to set up integration test framework for OSGi. You can safely run your tests on a local OSGi framework. It has dozens of supported OSGi framework configurations. You can execute and debug a chunk of code inside your OSGi-based application.
Processdsn consumes RFC 3464 delivery status notification email messages, writing a summary of the notification to a SQL database. Notifications may indicate successful delivery, a delay in delivery, or delivery failure. The database is designed to be exposed restfully by the mod_processdsn module for Apache httpd, but can queried directly if necessary.
MQRC2-GUI is an application that can interpret an MQ reason code number (i.e. 2035), MQ reason code symbol (i.e. MQRC_OBJECT_IN_USE) or AMQ message number (i.e. AMQ4005) and display the relevant information from the WebSphere MQ Messages manual. MQRC2-GUI requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.4 or higher and can run on any platform that has a JRE or JDK installed.
Hoplax is a power user tool to store bookmarks in text files and manage them efficiently. Bookmarks stored in Hoplax are easy to edit and search with normal Unix tools and editors. They are easy to synchronize with git/svn/darcs/etc. Bookmarks can be categorized easily into files, and you can choose to not synchronize a file to a computer, e.g. confidential company bookmarks to home computers. The filtering is smarter than the browser's location bar. Keyword bookmarks with multiple parameters and auto-completion are supported.
Google Authenticator Demo is an implementation of two-factor authentication using the Google Authenticator that can be used on your own site or application. It allows you to register a user name and then log in using the information provided by the Google Authenticator. It also works with OATH HOTP compliant hardware tokens.