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GreenMail 1.4.1
GreenMail 1.4.1 has been released. Read the Release notes
Apr 28, 2015
GreenMail 1.4 finally here
The long overdue GreenMail 1.4.0 release brings many improvements and bugfixes. Most notable changes include: GreenMail requires JDK 1.6+ now Alternative deployments include WAR and Spring support New IMAP search (flags only, for now) support...
Nov 2, 2014
Turn your roomba into a walking google bot
When my latest son was born I got a little worried since he didn't look at all like me. I decided I needed a discrete device to spy on my wife while I was at work. I started hacking my roomba and made a GåågleBot (pronounced /google-bot/). G...
Mar 1, 2010
Running Jetty as Non Root
I'm kicking the tires of Jetty and am in the process of setting it up on a production machine and found that the latest Jetty realeas (6.1.14) has a really easy way to start jetty out running as root and later switch to a uid of your choice which enabl...
Jan 20, 2009
GreenMail v1.3 Released
This release contains minor changes to GreenMail core, most notable the introduction of slf4j for logging. New in this release is a JBoss service for GreenMail. The service runs GreenMail as a lightweight mail server sandbox, nicely suited for develop...
Dec 19, 2007
Groovy vs BeanShell
Below is a quick and dirty test to compare the speed performance between bean shell and groovy. Bean shell is an order of magnitude faster. If you don't need groovy closure and other nice groovy features...just use bean shell. It's only one small jar a...
May 9, 2007
GreenMail 1.2 Released
This release includes New license! By popular demand (if one person counts as popular) the old LGPL has been replaced with the Apache 2.0 license. Now using javamail 1.4 Greenmail is now officially multithreaded with improved multithread tests. O...
Apr 5, 2007
GreenMail v1.1 Released
Version 1.1 of GreenMail has been released! GreenMail is an open source, intuitive and easy-to-use suite of email servers supporting SMTP, SMTPS, POP3, POP3S, IMAP, and IMAPS for testing purposes. Please see the GreenMail Project Pages for more detai...
Nov 11, 2006
DisplayTag Paging
DisplayTag is a very versatile jsp tag library. It provides a whole lot for free. Paging, sorting, even / odd highlighting, grouping, exporting to PDF, Excel, CSV, XML, just to mention a few things it can do. I use it in pretty much every project. Ho...
Nov 7, 2006
GreenMail v1.0 Released
GreenMail is an open source, easy-to-use test suite of email servers for testing purposes. GreenMail Supports SMTP, POP3, IMAP with SSL socket support, all in 100% Java.
Feb 16, 2006
Catching Control-C in Java
A short code snippet, demonstrating the use of Runtime.getRuntime()...
Jan 13, 2006
Installing Tomcat with commons-daemon (jsvc)
Most installation that I've seen of Tomcat is made with tomcat running as root. This could potentially be a disasters security hole. Most Linux systems only allow the root to listen to port 80...which is why many users of tomcat under Linux run tomcat ...
Dec 13, 2005
JavaMail Documentation Annoyances
I recently took a look at the JavaMail documentation for Sun's POP3 implementation. On the bottom of the package documentation page there is a list of the different parameters being used along with a explanation. For the connection timeout: mail...
Oct 30, 2005
Browsing JAR and WAR files like ZIP files in Windows
In Windows XP you can browse ZIP files as if they were folders. To do the same with JAR (or WAR) files simple: Uninstall winzip if it's installed. In the Registry editor, copy the entire \\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\...
Aug 4, 2005

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