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From "MERLIN Bertrand" <bertrand.mer...@laposte.fr>
Subject RE: [email]Email.setfrom differs in 1.1
Date Fri, 07 Dec 2007 13:35:45 GMT
you're right ! i had just a minor change to do. But i get into the habit of
upgrading components whenever i think about it.

and i was surprised to notice a problem that i could qualify as a regress.
it's quite unusual from Jakarta, so i try to get informations ... and to
give feedback on my use ...

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Torsten Curdt [mailto:tcurdt@apache.org]
Envoye : jeudi 6 decembre 2007 12:04
A : Jakarta Commons Users List
Objet : Re: [email]Email.setfrom differs in 1.1



On 04.12.2007, at 17:54, MERLIN Bertrand wrote:

>
> Absolutely not.
>
> But i'm in a business context and for the moment, it's work.
>
> Development is a balance between what developper desire (an address
> must be
> an address) and a real situation.
>
> The application is old, there's 50000 users, in an administrative
> entity,
> mail are not yet their each day reality and there are afraid of
> giving the
> way to "be watched". And the management don't want to force the
> decision. So
> my work must be underground. I try to increase internal quality of
> application, to propose new fonctionnalities using valid addresses
> to make
> "new adepts", but for now i must preserve the old functionnalities.
> That's
> life ...
>
> And javamail has the same constraints and still accept <From>
> without valid
> adresses.
>
> And i still need a solution with 1.1 version ...

Why do you need to upgrade? ...is what I am wondering

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