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From Norman Maurer ...@byteaction.de>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (JAMES-607) Rewrite MBoxMailRepository to use mstor
Date Mon, 04 Sep 2006 18:44:26 GMT
Am Montag, den 04.09.2006, 19:24 +0200 schrieb Norman Maurer:
<snip>
> > The HashJavamailStoreMailRepository is not so performant but we may try 
> > to find out how to make the mstor folder to implement the UidPlusFolder 
> > interface later. (maybe this is not easy, maybe we should talk with Ben 
> > Fortuna about this).
> > 
> > +1 !!!
> > Stefano
> 
> I will ask Ben to join us.

I posted this message to the mstor mailinglist. Let us see what Ben
answer:

Unique id per message when stored 
2006-09-04 20:38  Hi Ben, 

we develop a java mail server named james ( james.apache.org ). We
thought about to use mstor to provide a backend for mbox. We need to
have a persist unique uid (key) per message we add to retrieve the mail
later by using the "unique" id. Any idea how to adapted this ? 

Here his the interface we using for such needs: 

package org.apache.james.mailrepository.javamail; 

import javax.mail.Message; 
import javax.mail.MessagingException; 
import javax.mail.UIDFolder; 

/** 
* Interim interface to provide access to UID PLUS methods reflecting RFC
2359, 
* until official Javamail API offers this. 
*/ 

public interface UIDPlusFolder extends UIDFolder, FolderInterface { 
/** 
* Appends the given messages to the folder and returns corresponding
uids.<br> 
* Implementations may require the folder to be open. 
* 
* @see javax.mail.Folder#appendMessages(javax.mail.Message[]) 
* 
* @param msgs 
* messages to append 
* @return array of same size and sequenze of msgs containing
corresponding 
* uids or -1, if something went wrong 
* @throws MessagingException 
* @throws IllegalStateException when folder has to be open 
*/ 
public long[] addUIDMessages(Message[] msgs) throws MessagingException; 

/** 
* Appends the given messages to the folder and returns corresponding 
* instances of the appended messages.<br> 
* Implementations may require the folder to be open. 
* 
* @see javax.mail.Folder#appendMessages(javax.mail.Message[]) 
* 
* @param msgs 
* messages to append 
* @return array of same size and sequenze of msgs containing
corresponding 
* added messages or null, if something went wrong 
* @throws MessagingException 
* @throws IllegalStateException when folder has to be open 
*/ 
public Message[] addMessages(Message[] msgs) throws MessagingException; 

}

bye
Norman

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