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From "Svante Berglund" <svante.bergl...@hiq.se>
Subject RE: adding user using JSP/Servlet
Date Sun, 02 Mar 2003 21:09:43 GMT
Hi.
Is this a normal warning when running with rmiremotemgr or am I in
error-mode again?
/Svante

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Using PHOENIX_HOME:   f:\java\james\james-2.1.1
Using PHOENIX_TMPDIR: f:\java\james\james-2.1.1\temp
Using JAVA_HOME:      f:\java\jdk1.4.1

Phoenix 4.0.1

The Block named "rmiremotemanager" (implementation class
"org.apache.james.remotemanager.RMIRemoteManager"), implements Block
interface. The Block interfac
e has been deprecated and should no longer be used.
James 2.1.1
Remote Manager Service started plain:4555
POP3 Service started plain:110
SMTP Service started plain:25
NNTP Service Disabled
Fetch POP Disabled

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-----Original Message-----
From: Javier Storni [mailto:javier@512konline.com.ar]
Sent: den 27 februari 2003 14:37
To: James Users List
Subject: Re: adding user using JSP/Servlet


See at ./rmi-remotemanager/conf/
james-config.xml
james-assemby.xml

for james configuration.

and at ./rmi-remotemanager
build.xml

for ant.

Good luck. Please send comments and notes about your implementation.

Javier



----- Original Message -----
From: "Svante Berglund" <Svante.Berglund@hiq.se>
To: "'James Users List'" <james-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 10:34 AM
Subject: SV: adding user using JSP/Servlet


> Hi.
> Is there an 'how-to' on how to build james with rmi-remotemanager, or is
it
> so easy no how-to is needed?
>
> /Svante
>
> -----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
> Från: Javier Storni [mailto:javier@512konline.com.ar]
> Skickat: den 27 februari 2003 14:14
> Till: James Users List
> Ämne: Re: adding user using JSP/Servlet
>
>
> If you take a view to rmi-remotemanager source code in proposals dir of
> james source tree, you can see that is easy integrate addUser or
deleteUser
> into a JSP, Servlet, Bean, or Enterprise Bean.
> I'm trying this in a pre-production server.
>
> Javier Storni
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Charles" <terminator800tlgm@hotmail.com>
> To: <james-user@jakarta.apache.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, February 26, 2003 11:44 AM
> Subject: adding user using JSP/Servlet
>
>
> I am implementing a membership website using JSP and servlet. Whenever a
new
> user signs up,  a signupServlet will telnet to James and create a new
> pop/smtp account. I don't know if this approach is what James developers
had
> in mind for automatical account creation. Any comments/suggestions are
> appreciated.
>
>
>
>
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