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From Stefano Bagnara <apa...@bago.org>
Subject Re: [jira] Created: (JAMES-519) Implement a JDBC based JavaMail Store
Date Sat, 03 Jun 2006 12:52:09 GMT
This roadmap makes sense to me.

When I wrote it I thought about writing a JDBC Javamail Store because we 
already have the specification and we don't need too much discussion, 
and using it with your wrapper we could start using it.

But as we already agreed, our hierarchical message repository will be 
easier to implement than the whole javamail store "plugin" so maybe it 
is safer to do that like you describe.

I think that having a javamail store project would also help us 
increasing our community and achieve better/more stable code for the store.

Btw I think that both approaches are valid: I hope I will find the time 
to make concretise one of the two as soon as possibile ;-)

Stefano

Joachim Draeger wrote:
> Stefano Bagnara (JIRA) schrieb:
> 
>> We need an ASL licensed JavaMail Store. Better if it uses JDBC.
> 
> For testing JavamailStoreMailRepository? I'm planing a lightweight ASL 
> licensed   in-memory JavaMail Store at the moment. This could be very 
> useful for testing apart from the lack of an ASL implementation.
> I see the JDBC based JavaMail Store as a by-product in the future. The 
> future MessageRepository has to handle hierarchical folders, message 
> numbers and uids for imap. There will such a MessageRepository that uses 
> JDBC. It will be quite easy to create a wrapper to JavaMail.... and 
> abracadabra! There is the JDBC JavaMail Store people have waited for. :-)
> I'm looking amused forward to the JavamailStoreMessageRepository that is 
> for testing backed by a JDBCMessageRepository wrapped in Javamail. :-)
> 
> Joachim


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