Apache James Server 3.0-beta3 is released
The Apache James project is happy to announce the release of version 3.0-beta3 of its modular mail server.
We thank all Users for their feedback and tests and we encourage anyone to download and discover this beta 3 release.
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* What's new in 3.0-beta3 for end users - Numerous IMAP bug fixes (better client support, memory improvement, NIO and IO support...) - Support for IMAP IDLE (RFC 2177, server transmit updates to the client in real time) - Support for IMAP User Flags - Support for IMAP WITHIN Extensions (RFC 5032) - Mailbox Tooling to copy from a persistence implementation to another implementation - Telnet Management has been removed in favor of JMX with client shell - More metrics counters available via JMX - Better debug logging on protocols - JPA validated against more databases (among others Oracle) - Multiple address and port configurations per protocol - POP3 is now operational (was buggy in 3.0-M2) - Upgrade tool from James 2.3 is available - Better logging on protocols with adjustable level - Full mailet package must be specified - Composite Matchers - Better debug logging on protocols - Mailing list functionality has been removed - More documentation on web site for configuration,... - Java 1.6 mandatory - ... and much more, see details on https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?in&version=12316850&styleName=Html&projectId=10411 * What's new in 3.0-beta3 for developers - Less maven modules - Maven 3.0.2 required to build - Upgrade to latest frameworks versions (netty, activemq, jackrabbit...) - Code reports generation via 'mvn site -P site-reports' maven profile - Corrections further to findbugs,... reports - Code formatting - ... and much more, see details on https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?in&version=12316850&styleName=Html&projectId=10411 * Quick Start http://james.apache.org/server/3/quick-start.html