Ruby on Rails Sunday, July 23, 2017

Hi,

On Sun, Jul 23, 2017, at 22:22, Ralph Shnelvar wrote:
> I don't know if what I am about to describe is a Rails, HTML, browser of
> some other issue.
>
> My problem: Sometimes the input fields of the following form are
> pre-filled
> with things I did not set ... like vales from a previous, uh, filling.
>

Are you using firefox? It keeps form values on reload [1].

[1] https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=46845

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On Sunday, July 23, 2017 at 1:59:00 PM UTC+1, Aqib Hameed wrote:
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> And run the command script/mailman_server and its work properly.
> So it good approach which i mention above ??? or i try to use service provide "sendgrid, cloudmailin, Amazon ses"???

If you want to use your gmail address then you have to use something like the gem you found - the services I mention require you to have control over the whole domain.

You should change your password though, since you've just posted it on the internet.

Fred

> On Sunday, July 23, 2017 at 4:41:11 PM UTC+5, Frederick Cheung wrote:On Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 3:55:48 PM UTC+1, Aqib Hameed wrote:
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> >  }I tried to run the command rails runner 'UserMailer.receive(STDIN.read)'
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> > But nothing happened even the email is incoming .It does not call the receive method
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> > Where should i call the receive method ??? How determine the incoming email ???
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> Receiving email is rather more involved than sending it.
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> To use rails runner as you've tried this command needs to be run on your email server, by the email serving program itself (i.e. sendmail itself). There are variants on this but they all boil down to running your own mail server, which you may not want to do
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> Alternatively there are services like sendgrid, cloudmailin, Amazon ses. You set you ready dns records to that email to your domain (or a subdomain) is handled by this service provider and they'll make a regular http(s) call to your app whenever an email is received.
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> Fred

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On Sun, Jul 23, 2017 at 7:42 AM, siva subrahmanyam
<subbu9848155615@gmail.com> wrote:
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> My question is there any gem available or do we need to use any service to
> make sync successful ?

Your client is sending requests to your web app. Other than Rails
itself (and the DB behind it) what do you imagine that you need?

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