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Plugin Java (Windows) (fr)

SeaMonkeyPosted by Nomax 2007-02-27 18:45:41
Ajouter le support de Java à un navigateur internet est aisé , du moins en ce qui concerne MSIE, Netscape et Mozilla. Puisque tout ce que vous avez à faire est de télécharger le J2SE Runtime sur le site www.java.com et de l'installer. Pendant l'installation, le répertoire de votre navigateur est détecté et le plugin Java est automatiquement installé.

Malheureusement, Sun a oublié d'inclure SeaMonkey à sa routine de détection. smiley

Ce qui fait que vous devez ajouter le plugin vous même.
Après avoir installé le J2SE Runtime, allez dans le sous-dossier "bin" du programme (par défaut: C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_11\bin\ pour J2SE RE 1.5.0 b11) et copiez tous les fichiers NP*.dll vers votre répertoire de plugins SeaMonkey (par défaut: C:\Program Files\mozilla.org\SeaMonkey\plugins\). Redémarrez votre navigateur et voilà, Java est supporté! Vous devrez répeter cette opération chaque fois que vous installerez une nouvelle version du runtime Java.

Pour la v1.5.0 b11, les fichiers à copier sont
: NPJava11.dll, NPJava12.dll, NPJava13.dll, NPJava14.dll, NPJava32.dll, NPJPI150_11.dll et NPOJI610.dll.
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Gmail support (en)

SeaMonkeyPosted by Nomax 2007-02-27 17:55:01
This article explains how to add a Gmail mailbox to SeaMonkey Mail (version used: SeaMonkey 1.1).

First, you need to subscribe for a Gmail account: http://mail.google.com/.

Once done, launch SeaMonkey Mail.

Go to "Edit" > "Mail & Newsgroup Account Settings..." and click "Add Account..." button.

Choose "E-mail account" and click "Next".

Type what you want in the "Your Name" field and enter your Gmail e-mail address (e.g. johnsmith@gmail.com) as "Email Address" then click "Next".

Select "POP" as "incoming server type" and enter "pop.gmail.com" in the "Incoming Server" field. Click "Next".

Type in your Gmail e-mail address as "Incoming User Name" (e.g. johnsmith@gmail.com). Click "Next".

Type whatever you want as "Account Name" (this is the name under which your mailbox will appear in the mail program). Click "Next".

Verify your data and click "Finish".

Now you're back in the "Mail & Newsgroup Account Settings" window and your Gmail account is listed among your mailboxes.

Click on "Server Settings" below your Gmail account in the list. On the right side of the window, change the "Port" to "995".
Under "Security Settings" on the same window check "SSL".

Now you can receive your Gmail mails directly in your mail program!

But you can't send mails yet!

We'll now configure the outgoing server:

In the "Mail & Newsgroup Account Settings" window, scroll down the list on the left. Last item is "Outgoing Server (SMTP)". Click it.

Now "Outgoing Server (SMTP) Settings" are displayed on the right. Click "Add..." button.
Here're the values you need to enter here:
"Settings"
"Description": Gmail
"Server Name": smtp.gmail.com
"Port": 587
"Security and Authentication"
"Use name and password": checked.
"User Name": your_gmail_email_address (e.g. johnsmith@gmail.com)
"Use secure connection": TLS checked.
Then click "OK".

Click "OK" once more and here you are with a fully functionnal Gmail mailbox within SeaMonkey!

Now select your Gmail mailbox, click on "Get Msgs", enter your Gmail password (I suggest you check the "Remember password" option there).

Enjoy your new mailbox!

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Java plugin (Windows) (en)

SeaMonkeyPosted by Nomax 2007-02-26 21:18:50
Adding Java support to internet browsers is obvious. At least it is for MSIE, Netscape and Mozilla. Since all you have to do is download J2SE Runtime from www.java.com and install it. During installation, it detects your browser's folder and automatically install the java plugins.

Unforunately, Sun "forgot" to add SeaMonkey to the detection feature. smiley

So you have to add the plugin yourself.
After having installed the J2SE Runtime, go to the program's "bin" subdirectory (default is C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_11\bin\ for J2SE RE 1.5.0 b11) and copy all NP*.dll files to your SeaMonkey plugin's directory (default: C:\Program Files\mozilla.org\SeaMonkey\plugins\). Restart your browser and you got Java support! You'll have to repeat this operation each time you update your Java runtime.

For v1.5.0 b11, NP*.dll files are
: NPJava11.dll, NPJava12.dll, NPJava13.dll, NPJava14.dll, NPJava32.dll, NPJPI150_11.dll and NPOJI610.dll.
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