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JavaMail 1.5 JCP MR
What I'm saying is that what if we want to support an extended attribute other than the ones in the gimap protocol? Subclassing for each attribute seems onerous. Frankly I haven't really found any fu . . .
JavaMail API Reference Implementation
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Shannon_tiny March 09, 2013 00:56
by: Bill Shannon
Failed to build javax.mail.jar
OS X. thanks for the tip
JavaMail API Reference Implementation
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Defaultpersonimage March 02, 2013 01:07
by: dres
Failed to build javax.mail.jar
Yeah I know. I don't know why I got a bad build. I have a working jar now but I still have tons of test failures. I have to run with -Dmaven.test.skip=true to build. I haven't looked into the tes . . .
JavaMail API Reference Implementation
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Defaultpersonimage March 02, 2013 01:07
by: dres
JavaMail 1.5 JCP MR
I haven't used the gimap protocol yet but I looked at how it was implemented. I'm using gmail but using the plain imaps protocol. It seems from the gimap implementation that FetchProfile.Item must be . . .
JavaMail API Reference Implementation
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Shannon_tiny March 09, 2013 00:56
by: Bill Shannon
Failed to build javax.mail.jar
I'm building off of the 1.4.6 tag plus the change to fix the bug I reported. I compiled skipping tests but SSLSocket wasn't resolved and I ended up with a broken jar. Are there any instructions anywh . . .
JavaMail API Reference Implementation
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Defaultpersonimage March 02, 2013 01:07
by: dres
JavaMail 1.5 JCP MR
One thing that may be in the API but I just cannot find is how to get any custom attribute from an IMAP message. If this is not available, it would be nice for 1.5 to include it. I thought that Fetch . . .
JavaMail API Reference Implementation
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Shannon_tiny March 09, 2013 00:56
by: Bill Shannon
Failed to build javax.mail.jar
Which version of maven should be used? Maven 3 has been out for a long time and is default on OS X but some projects don't work with it yet. I get all types of build errors, mostly test failures and . . .
JavaMail API Reference Implementation
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Defaultpersonimage March 02, 2013 01:07
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