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| RT-4 | Add “From” attribute in extensibility elements | Kenai | P1
| RT-5 | Support for multiple recipients, bcc, and cc lists |Kenai | P1
| RT-6 | Support for HTML formatted messages | | P2
| RT-7 | Sending Undeliverable mail messages | | P2
| RT-8 | Configurable SMTP Server Port | | P2
| RT-9 | Support for Encoders | | P1
| RT-4 | Add “From” attribute in extensibility elements. Ability to dynamically specify the “From” email id in the runtime. | Kenai | P1
| RT-5 | Support for multiple recipients, bcc, and cc lists. Ability to send emails to multiple recipients specifying bcc and cc lists in the mailto URL. Also in the Inbound scenario, accept emails which are in cc and bcc lists. |Kenai | P1
| RT-6 | Support for HTML Formatted messages. Ability to send and receive HTML formatted messages. | | P2
| RT-7 | Sending Undeliverable mail messages. Sending delivery status failure notification emails. | | P2
| RT-8 | Configurable SMTP Port. The ability for a user to configure the port on which the SMTP server has to run. | Kenai | P1
| RT-9 | Encoding Support. Support for encoders using “use” and encodingStyle Attribute. Support for custom encoder. | Kenai | P1
| RT-10 | Ability to connect to external SMTP servers which requires authentication and SSL. | Kenai | P1
| RT-11 | Ability to specify the email ids in “to”, “cc” and “bcc” list in the runtime. | Kenai | P1

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