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From "Harmeet Bedi" <hb...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: having separate blocks for protocol servers
Date Sat, 21 Apr 2001 06:56:29 GMT

----- Original Message -----
From: "George Ronkin" <gronkin@nerdvana.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 7:12 PM
> Hi,
> Such a cleanup would help me considerably.

And your work would help me considerably. :-)
Hope we do a good job at it.

Not too familar with IMAP, but hope to get more familar with it soon.
Harmeet

> My existing Java
> application analyzes email message content, and constructs a hierarchical
> clustering.  Each cluster of similar messages is presented as a Folder
> to JavaMail API clients.  If I can present my virtual Folders as
> ACLMailbox implementations, then any IMAP client would be able to
> browse the clusters.
> The JAMES IMAP implementation itself isn't yet complete - I'll
> have to get at least minimal implementations of APPEND and COPY working
> in SingleThreadedConnectionHandler, for instance.  I have to implement
> UIDFolder in my Folders as well for any sort of Folder-as-ACLMailbox
> class to work.
> (I've digressed a bit to explain that, yes, I really do want
> to hook up the IMAP server as a client to a JavaMail provider
Store/Folder.
> I know that sounds totally backwards at first..)  My point here is
> only that protocol server configurability, especially if it allows
> specification of alternative ACLMailbox implementations in a way
> loosely resembling how repositories are handled, and removes
> the implementation class specific (e.g., FileMailbox) usage in
> JamesHost, would really help me out here..  (And does seem a lot
> cleaner..)
> Thanks much,
> --
> George Ronkin
>
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