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From "Eric Pugh" <ep...@upstate.com>
Subject RE: [VOTE] Promote Email to Commons Proper
Date Thu, 18 Nov 2004 11:39:42 GMT
Alright..   This thread has somewhat gotton away from me.  Since Dumbster is
now licensed as ASL (despite the website being out of date), can we move to
a conclusion on this thread?

If we consider that [email] hasn't materially changed, and therefore a new
vote isn't required, then I currently tally:

+1 Eric Pugh
+1 Matthias Wessendorf
+1 Yoav Shapira

Robert, you raised the original lgpl issue which I hope is now sorted out.
While you didn't specifically put a -1 down, I think it was implied.  Would
you be willing to change that to something else?

Eric

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Serge Knystautas [mailto:sergek@lokitech.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 3:05 PM
> To: Jakarta Commons Developers List
> Subject: Re: [VOTE] Promote Email to Commons Proper
>
>
> It'd be pretty easy to have James use the "Null" mailet as the first
> (and only step) in its processing logic.  This would cause James to
> spool the incoming messages to disk, and then always discard them.  That
> would be a much heavier weight solution though.
>
> We use something slightly like this, at least informally.  There's a
> tool called Postal (http://www.coker.com.au/postal/) that does SMTP and
> POP benchmarking, and that has an SMTP sink.
>
> --
> Serge Knystautas
> Lokitech >> software . strategy . design >> http://www.lokitech.com
> p. 301.656.5501
> e. sergek@lokitech.com
>
> Corey Scott wrote:
> > Serge,
> >
> > [Extract from the website http://quintanasoft.com/dumbster/]
> > The Dumbster is a very simple fake SMTP server designed for unit and
> > system testing applications that send email messages. It responds to
> > all standard SMTP commands but does not deliver messages to the user.
> > The messages are stored within the Dumbster for later extraction and
> > verification.
> >
> > The Dumbster slots itself very easily into your testing strategy. As
> > long as your application talks to an email server using SMTP then the
> > Dumbster can be used to test the application with no code changes.
> > [End extract]
> >
> > We have been using it to allow us to test send mails and do some
> > rudimentary verification of the sent mails in our jUnit tests.
>
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