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From "Hehl, Thomas" <>
Subject Mail queue
Date Fri, 15 Jun 2007 17:11:46 GMT
I new to JMS and messaging in general and would like a little advice.


In my application, I have a java webapp that sends e-mails. For reasons too
complicated to explain, my client wants an hour lag time between the time
the e-mail is created and the time it is sent, so I need to park it


The problem is that I want them to be able to shutdown (or even crash) my
server, re-start, then have the messages take back off again like nothing
ever happened. It seemed like something activeMQ might be well suited for.


Am I barking up the wrong tree? Has anyone done anything like this?




Thom Hehl
Sr. eJuror Architect

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Government Solutions

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