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Subject [Apache James Wiki] Updated: MailetIdeas
Date Sun, 09 May 2004 18:51:19 GMT
   Date: 2004-05-09T11:51:19
   Editor: NoelBergman <noel@devtech.com>
   Wiki: Apache James Wiki
   Page: MailetIdeas
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/james/MailetIdeas

   cleanup wiki formatting

Change Log:

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@@ -47,9 +47,9 @@
 
  *  '''Auto-footer mailet''' - that will put your law firm's disclaimer at the bottom of
every single message.
    *  Already exists:
-{{{   <mailet match="All" class="AddFooter"> }}}
-{{{      <text>Use the xml:space="preserve" attribute if you need to preserve line
breaks.</text> }}}
-{{{   </mailet> }}}
+{{{   <mailet match="All" class="AddFooter">
+     <text>Use the xml:space="preserve" attribute if you need to preserve line breaks.</text>
+  </mailet> }}}
 
  *  '''Faster SOAP implementation''' - so rather than delivering the SOAP message to a POP3
address and periodically checking that folder, just have a mailet process upon receiving the
SOAP message.
 
@@ -68,7 +68,8 @@
    *  FetchPOP is being deprecated in favor of the JavaMail-based FetchMail service.  There
is now an RSS JavaMail provider, which should satisfy the above request.
 
  *  Rule based DSN (Delivery Status Notifications) and Bounce handler.
-{{{    Integrate [http://drools.werken.com DROOLS], an open source rules engine, into James
as a mailet. }}}
+
+ * Integrate [http://drools.werken.com DROOLS], an open source rules engine, into James as
a mailet.
 
  *  '''Web Service mail server'''. A mailet would store (references to) all mails processed
by a System, and offer those of "public status" (in public lists, etc.) via Message-ID parameter.
The web service would forward requests for not available mails to the originating peer. --SantiagoGala
 

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