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From Eric Charles <e...@apache.org>
Subject Re: mailetpackages element gone?
Date Wed, 05 Jan 2011 18:07:24 GMT
Yes,
You need to define the full qualified class name (with package).
If you only define a name (without dot), MailetLoaderBeanFactory tries 
to load the class from the default package for the mailets.
It was introduced in trunk a few weeks ago.

Tks,

Eric

On 5/01/2011 17:56, Andrew S. Tomlinson wrote:
> Is the mailetpackages element for defining the packages from which to load
> custom mailets no longer applicable in James 3 trunk?
>
> It seems you need to put the full class name in the mailet element.
>
> I traced the MailetLoaderBeanFactory and it seems to look for a dot path in
> the class attribute; if not found it uses a hard coded standard package from
> getStandardPackage.
>
>
>
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