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From Jason Borden <jbor...@javasense.com>
Subject Re: Hello all, I come bearing gifts of code
Date Thu, 14 Jun 2001 00:03:18 GMT
You can disregard the questions I had before.. I figured it out. The
updates for the CVS code are complete. I have included the tar file with
the smtp auth updates, just extract it where you downloaded you cvs
dist. You'll notice two new options in the config.xml file under the
<smtpserver> area. Just uncomment them to test them out. Let me know any
problems that are found or if there are any questions about it. Also, I
am interested in implementing STARTTLS capabilities (RFC 2487) in James
if nobody else is currently working on it. Let me know. 

Thanks, Jason

Jason Borden wrote:
> I've started porting the code to the latest cvs build.
> There's only one issue I've run into. In the 1.2.1 release
> I had access to a Context in SMTPHandler which no longer
> exists. I tried implementing Contectualizable, but it
> doesn't seem to do the trick... Really the only reason I
> need the context is because I was doing a
> context.get(Constants.SERVER_NAMES); to get the valid
> domain list from the server. Can you think of any way to
> get around this? BTW, I am using the same
> UserRepository.test method that pop3 uses to authenticate
> users. Thanks for your help, Jason
> > Jason,
> >
> > This sounds great. Other people have talked about
> needing SMTP AUTH
> > features, so your contribution would be very welcome.
> >
> > Is there any chance you can download the code in CVS
> (or the 20010612
> > source drop at
> >
> http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-james/nightly/src/
> ) and port
> > your changes to that?
> > Your probably best placed to test this.
> >
> > By the way, how are you doing the authenticating?
> >
> > You can either cut and paste changes/ new classes into
> a message to the
> > list or send a tarball.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Charles
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