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From Michael Valenty <m...@valenty.com>
Subject Re: MailRepository.store() current user?
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2007 20:45:52 GMT

Stefano Bagnara-2 wrote:
>>repository.send ? do you mean .store ?
> I added a send() method that puts the mail in my messaging system's
> outbound queue for delivery. I originally planned on using james to do the
> delivery and just log a sent item with a modified ToMultiRepository
> mailet, but this was a little easier due to existing apis.
> Maybe I should use store(), I just thought it might be misleading since I
> am actually sending the mail. Should I extend AvalonMailServer and
> override sendMail() instead?
>>Why do you GHOST the mail after storing a copy in the sent items?
>>Shouldn't you leave it going through the chain and reach the
>>RemoteDelivery ? (or the LocalDelivery if it was directed locally)
> I GHOST the mail because my messaging system handles delivery. It is
> basically a modified RemoteDelivery mailet that uses my company's
> messaging engine to send the mail.

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