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In some revision control systems like CVS, polling can take quite a long time.
In this case, you should probably use a post-commit hook to trigger the build.
Below is an example how this can be done: Builds in Jenkins can be triggered periodically (on a schedule, specified in configuration), or when source changes in the project have been detected, or they can be automatically triggered by requesting the URL: This allows you to hook Jenkins builds into a variety of setups.
For more information (in particular doing this with security enabled), see Remote access API.
Jenkins can be used to perform the typical build server work, such as doing continuous/official/nightly builds, run tests, or perform some repetitive batch tasks.
This is called "free-style software project" in Jenkins.
However, if your polling period is shorter than it takes to poll your revision control system, you may end up with multiple builds for each change.
You should either adjust your polling period to be longer than the amount of time it takes to poll your revision control system, or use a post-commit trigger. This makes Jenkins poll the SCM for changes rather than building immediately.
See this for more details about configuring sendmail.
Go to Jenkins top page, select "New Job", then choose "Build a free-style software project".