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From Danny Angus <Danny_An...@slc.co.uk>
Subject Re: mailet calls
Date Thu, 17 Jun 2004 08:28:38 GMT

> the reason is because I want to run a java class when james starts up at
> very first time.

Don't post the same message over and over again, it only annoys people.
People are not more likely to know the answer just because you keep
repeating the question.

It is not at all clear why you think that what you have done should have
the effect you want.

The Mailet API makes no provision for Objects to be instantiated once only
on start up.
You should write a mailet and put any start-up code in the init() method.
Use a static variable or singleton to ensure that your code is only run
Declare this mailet in a "Processor" in the config file.

If you insist upon using entity substitution you will need to make sure
that the resulting XML is the same as it would be if it were all in one
file. Yours is clearly not.


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