jwma is a WebMail implementation in Java.
Version: 0.9.8jwma is a WebMail implementation in Java, enabling the user to access, manage and compose email using a standard web browser. However, jwma is more then that. If you are interested, then read the more detailed overview on the features and use of jwma. Please note that you you might be looking at an offline copy, and that you will always find the latest release version of this documents at http://jwma.sourceforge.net. However, as the online version will reflect the latest release version, it might be better to browse the local version that came with the release you are using.
Operating System: Linux
System administrators that want to enable their users to access, manage and compose email using a standard web browser. jwma offers sufficient features, stability and total control over the look and feel. Especially the latter is supported through jwma's underlying MVC model 2 architecture, and allows to change the "user interface" to the site's needs; very simple and fast.
jwma doesn't represent a shrink-wrapped product. jwma is open-source and can be downloaded and deployed for free. This implies that your expectations might not be met, and it might cost you valuable time to really deploy jwma. However, we are constantly trying to improve jwma and its documentation, and will especially be able to do so if we receive help in form of feedback (hints, configuration examples, source code etc.). The project site on SourceForge offers several ways to do so.
What's New in This Release:
· added support for IMAP subscription mechanism
· Remember-Me feature on login handling
· Added support for IMAP subscription mechanism
· root folder setting on first time login more failsafe
· Enforcing folder/mailbox sorting
· Last message sort criteria persisted to user preferences
· Added contributed translations for italian and french (might be incomplete).
· Configuration refactored:
· -> Data model for configuration data
· -> support for multiple preconfigured post offices
· -> simplified configuration by moving compile time config
· -> migrated from properties to more structured XML persistent form
· IMAP supscription mechanism supported (including subscribe/unsubscribe)
· root and special folders user configurable
· post office selection on login
· remember me (username and postoffice) for login
· Post office related reply-to domain (-> username@reply-to domain) documentation update