IMAPFS is a FUSE filesystem that allows you to store files on an IMAP account.
Version: 0.0.3aIMAPFS is a FUSE filesystem that allows you to store files on an IMAP account.
Operating System: Linux
· Java 1.5 or later (You need to modify the "build.conf" file to make sure it has the correct path to your Java installation.)
Edit the "build.conf" file and make sure the "JDK_HOME" variable is set to the path to your Java SDK installation
Make sure the other variables are correct too
./imapfs_mount.sh /mount/point imap[s]://user:pass@host[:port]/rootmailbox
You need to manually create a root mailbox with an IMAP client before running this filesystem
For nested mailboxes, you can use "/" as the separator character; the program should replace it with the correct one
IMAPS (IMAP over SSL) is supported; you need to give "imaps" as the protocol
The port is optional; defaults to the default IMAP (143) / IMAPS (993) ports
NOTE: Currently, due to bugs in FUSE-J, the filesystem will only work in foreground mode, and not in daemon mode. The mount script has been hard-coded to mount the filesystem in foreground mode ("-f" option). That means that once you mount it, the program will continue running and print debug messages. Please leave this program running (do not terminate it), and use another shell session to use the filesystem. Once you unmount the filesystem ("fusermount -u < mountpoint >"), the program printing the debug messages will exit.
What's New in This Release:
· temporarily resolved Java 6 ByteBuffer.array() duplicate member problem by ignoring all bridge methods when generating class API in CAPIGenerator
· replaced JavaMail & JAF libraries with ones licensed under the GPL