The Java Mail Server application was designed to be a Java based mailserver that provides a SMTP and POP3 protocoll implementation. It’s easy to configure, OS independent and extendible.
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JavaMailSrvr is a JavaMail (SMTP and POP3) server application with an
open architecture and is a good choice for Internet mail servers.
JavaMailSrvr offers you several features:
It supports only simple mail protocols SMTP and POP3
It supports large-volume mail storage with disk queues and
history stores (e.g. your mail history).
It allows connecting to mail storage servers of any type (public,
private) and secured with encryption.
It supports a rapid implementation of new protocols like IMAP and
SMTPS as extensions.
It is certified in the postal open source project JASIG (
It is free software and open source under the terms of the GNU General
JavaMailSrvr has several possible implementation models:
It can be used as a standalone application (executable) or as a
web service as web server and java servlet.
Some configurations are supported by default:
User name and password for login (SMTP and POP3).
SMTP session mode (one server for SMTP and another server for
session management and status checking).
SMTP server pool is a fixed list of servers (mainly dedicated to
SMTP). This list of servers may be chosen from a configurable file or
from the classpath.
SMTP server port (default 587).
SMTP server (default localhost).
SMTP server name and DNS name (default localhost).
SMTP session timeout (default 30 seconds).
The user name and password are saved in the ‘config’ file of the
server. The user name and password may be changed at runtime. The
first connected server is the default server for the SMTP session.
To use, add the provider of the default SMTP server to the
‘smtp.providers’ list in the ‘config’ file. To use a “pool” of
servers to manage SMTP sessions and to obtain the same server
repeatedly, you have to add a pool to the’smtp.userProvider’
JavaMailSrvr supports queues and history stores of the server. It
provides a GUI for configuration of the mail storage and a simple
console for control and monitoring.
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java-mail-server is a simple java Mail Server application designed to provide SMTP and POP3 service. The java mail Server is lightweight and runs on any windows 2000/XP/2003 Server (like IIS or Apache). It is available on 3.8 MB download size.
The application can be run on an embedded tomcat Server. This application provides feature to support smtp and pop3 protocols to access the mail server locally and remotely. It’s includes the following features:
All component is highly customizable by user. Support all E-mailslng protocols. Application will be tested on windows XP, Windows 2003 and IIS 7. It supports virtual drive.
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Monday, January 26, 2010
After using the Hadoop MapReduce framework in a variety of applications, I decided to apply it to a real problem which will occur in every project. The problem is, that we need to prepare an automated web-application for it. We plan to use a web-based GUI for automatically creating the application. I found an interface for Hadoop cluster using eclim (Java Eclipse console) and a.war archive. This way we are able to create the GUI based on the dashboard at the time when the application goes online. The application should be able to do the following tasks:
At the very beginning it should provide the options:
# of CPUs
# of RAM
How many nodes should be there? (The clustering algorithm is not described, so this option is there to make it easier to guess )
How to Connect the client to the Name Node?
How to make the client connect to the remote machine (Which instance of the Name node this machine is used at)? The client will provide the IP address of the name node.
How to write to the file system? In the GUI the client should be able to choose the location of the file system and the location of the file.
I am grateful for your comments and suggestions. Please write your comments in the discussion below or write an email to me: .
Friday, January 9, 2010
I have been recently doing a lot of experimenting with Intel HA
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The Java Mail Server is a Java implementation of the Postfix SMTP and POP3 mail transfer agent. It offers most of the features provided by the Postfix mail server. The server provides remote access and administration of the mail server.
Java mail supports Simple Mail Transfer Protocol version 4.2.0. The JavaMailServer can act as a relay host or an on-line storage for mail using the RFC-2060 protocol.
Note: The JavaMailServer may be configured to accept only messages from specific IP addresses and reject messages from others.
The JavaMailServer has a pluggable architecture. The connection to the SMTP and POP3 protocol can be made using the JDK standard API classes. An optional JMX interface can be added.
Therefore, the JavaMailServer can be configured to act as a proxy between a SMTP or POP3 server and a network client. You should use the JDK standard API classes to make these connections.
The java mail server provides a rich API for creating and managing the server via command line and Swing. In addition, a basic web based interface allows access to the various configurations.
The JavaMailServer can support senders and receivers for multiple email domains.
The JavaMailServer supports SMTP account management via the standard client for easy configuration of SMTP email accounts.
JavaMailServer User Interface:
The user interface allows a Java application to control the SMTP server
Configuration of the SMTP Server:
The SMTP server instance provides a default set of SMTP command line parameters. These can be modified by command line.
The following parameters are defined as default values in the JavaMailServer class:
The SMTP server is designed to be OS independent. It can work on several OS at the same time, if multiple server instances are used.
The JavaMailServer can be configured to accept messages from a specific IP address.
The server provides a way to define the minimum SMTP and POP3 protocols to be used.
The JavaMailServer provides a rich API that you can use to configure and control the server.
The API provides a set of classes that provide the network communications using SMTP, POP3 and messaging protocols.
It includes classes for SMTP server, SMTP client and POP3 server.
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javax.mail server provides an easy to use, fully customizable set of APIs for accessing, maintaining and administering a mail store.
Using JavaMail, you can implement any part of the SMTP and POP3 protocols on your own in Java, or look up implementation classes for parts you want. These parts include:
Compose e-mail messages.
Read messages in your mailboxes.
Manage mailboxes, by adding and removing them, and retrieving the contents.
Reply to e-mail messages, and also move them to a new mailbox.
Add new mailboxes, usually those names are used by other software programs.
Implement your own mail server, with all of the functionality of javax.mail
This section gives you an in-depth understanding of how to configure the javax.mail API. You can find the instructions
in this section here.
If you need a stand alone javax.mail server to test the configuration and administration on your own pc, you can download a stand alone javax.mail server here.
Note: This server can handle up to 256 mails and supports TLS/SSL, spf and DKIM
You can use any LDAP or Active Directory server as javax.mail server authentication. When you configure the javax.mail server you must provide a password to connect to LDAP or Active Directory server. This password you would have set before when you created the LDAP or Active Directory database.
You can use the basic authentication by entering the root password when javax.mail server starts.
If you’ve configured the Active Directory database for authentication, you can use the LDAP-UserCredentials Authentication. This uses the username and password in the database to validate the credentials.
You can also use the Sieve-Filter mechanism which lets you define rules for handling e-mails (Sieve). This is an advanced configuration that is beyond the scope of this description. Read the javax.mail server man page for more information on this.
The server can be installed easily, just follow the instructions.
Installation is the easiest process, just follow the instructions. However you have to have Java 6 Update 11 installed
with the standard includes of javax.mail.jar, javax.activation.jar and javax.mail.list
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