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From "Tellier Benoit (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (PROTOCOLS-108) Add support for SETQUOTA, GETQUOTA and GETQUOTAROOT
Date Wed, 21 Jan 2015 09:55:34 GMT
Tellier Benoit created PROTOCOLS-108:

             Summary: Add support for SETQUOTA, GETQUOTA and GETQUOTAROOT
                 Key: PROTOCOLS-108
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/PROTOCOLS-108
             Project: James Protocols
          Issue Type: Bug
            Reporter: Tellier Benoit
            Assignee: Eric Charles

These commands are defined in RFC 2087.

I implemented parsers, encoder, responses, and requests, with tests.

What I need is to finish processors, and to do that I just need to know how to handles rights.
I asked these questions on the mailing lists :

For GETQUOTAROOT, I made the choice that the user should have the
read write on the mailbox.
    For GETQUOTA, I seems natural that the user should have the read
permission on one of the mailbox belonging to the quota root. I bond
quota root to be the user owning the mailbox...

 How do I get all the mailboxes for a given user ? I gess I can
achive this threw MailboxManager::search() but I have troubles
understanding the way MailboxQuery works... I f you have any tips ...

    We have an application ( OBM ) that uses the SETQUOTA command. We
nowadays uses Cyrus, that allow an admin account to perform SETQUOTA
operations. My question is :

        Is there any ADMIN account in James ? Is their any way to
achieve the same thing ? Of course SETQUOTA should be possible threw JMX
( I already implemented that ), but we realy want to do that in a
standardized way using the SETQUOTA command.


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