James the Java Apache Mail Enterprise Server
These articles form a two-part series on the Java Apache Mail Enterprise Server, also known as James. The first article provides a high-level overview, briefly touching on the Apache group's design objectives, and describes how to install and configure a workable development environment. In the second article, you will be taken beyond the basic James infrastructure and implement a practical application for flagging users as available or unavailable, and for automatically sending custom messages to senders from users who chose to make themselves unavailable. These articles lay a foundation for understanding James and for developing server-side e-mail applications.
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