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From Norman Maurer <nor...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Hi @ all
Date Sat, 04 Dec 2010 18:32:37 GMT
Hi Peter,

to make it short, yes you could possible reuse james stuff. I never
used glassfish so its out of my knowledge.

Bye,
Norman

2010/12/3 Peter Meyer <pmvstrm@yahoo.de>:
> Hi and thex for you reply!
>
> To answer your Question.
> I develop a CRM-System. It is an n-Tier (Database/Middleware-Server "Glassfish
> 3") various Clients (Java Swing,
> Applet Client, Mac OS X Native Client.The EMailserver should be a Part of the
> Serverside Components. I guess
> thadt only SMTP Features are needed, so no POP3/Imap something like this is
> needed. If a SMTP Mail is
> arriving the Java SMTP Engine should listen on Port 25 and deliver the Mail to
> on of the CRM Users Mailboxes
> (wich is in real only a JDBC Databse User , no Filesystem Objects needed!)
>
>
> The development is done with the Glassfish 3 J2EE Server OpenSource Edition.
> This Server is tightly integrated
> to the NetBeans OpenSource IDE and has some convinience Features like as
> Refactoring of EJB, automated
> Anotations,  Wizards and click and run SOAP-Webservice Integration with
> Java.Thadt is why JBoss or Geronimo
> was not used, because the overhead of  Roundtrip development is to much for me
> and i really i dont like Eclipse
> at all.
>
> The SMTP-Server Component should be a EJB3 compliant, Glassfish Stateless
> Singleton Bean wich is
> automatically started at the successfully EAR Deployment against the AppServer.
> Some tests with
> Server TCP Sockets has shown thadt a Stateless TCP Socketserver with Glassfish 3
> is possible,
> but iam not sure at this Time if non-blocking and per Clients Threadspawning is
> also possible. I Just
> read some Glassfish Docs wich descibe thadt this can be done with special
> Anotation Markos.
>
>
>
> ----- Ursprüngliche Mail ----
> Von: Norman Maurer <norman@apache.org>
> An: James Developers List <server-dev@james.apache.org>
> Gesendet: Freitag, den 3. Dezember 2010, 19:07:54 Uhr
> Betreff: Re: Hi @ all
>
> Hi Peter,
>
> first of welcome. In current dev version of james which will be the
> next one we use spring for DI. So no avalon/phoenix anymore. This
> should give you a easy way to customize james. James already comes
> with a JPA Mailbox which stored a the email content as Blob, so this
> is maybe exactly what you need.
>
> To give you more answers I need some more informations about what you
> plan to implement. Can you give some more details.. ?
>
>
> Bye,
> Norman
>
> 2010/12/3 Peter Meyer <pmvstrm@yahoo.de>:
>> Hello,
>>
>> Iam a newbie at the list and want to say Hello to everybody!
>>
>> I have some embedded questions (Phonenix/Tomcat e.c.t) and really need
>> quick answers howto deal with it.
>>
>> Iam in the need to write an 100% Pure Java EJB 3.1 n-Tier Solution, the
>> Middleware
>> server for my Enterprise beans are SUN/Oracles Glassfish 3 OpenSource Server.
>> This Server has the ability to connect to outside EMail-servers but my
> complete
>> Project should realize the Features at all on a 100% Java Codebase without
>> Exceptions
>> (this is why it should be easy deployable on Windows x / Mac / x / Linux x /
>> Solaris x).
>>
>> Iam not interested in configuring various EMail MTA's on every each Operating
>> System
>> and hopefully i could integrate with my Programming stuff. So Pheonix looks
>> great but
>> it seems to be it is JBoss and or Tomcat or Spring related. Is there a chance
>> using
>> the JBoss Codebase for Glassfish v3 or should i write my own MTA (reduced
>> Featureset)
>> by my self for my special popurses? My needs: Sending EMail, Receiving
>>EMail.The
>> EMail Contentdata should be saved via JDBC/SQL in a Binay Database Column
>> (BLOB).
>>
>> So i need to know what is the best Way to go ahead.
>> Should i do a own MTA Project for my Application? Is it hard to write a own
> MTA
>> by
>> mysql (thadt can talk with each other Serversa like Yahoo, Hotmail e.c.t)
>>
>> OR
>> Should i use the James/Phones JBoss Aproach? Whats is faster, more reliable
> and
>> and tighter integrated with my Programming Stuff?
>>
>> thank you for your patience,
>> Greetings from Freiburg,
>> Germany - Peter
>>
>>
>>
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