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Re: [Classpathx-discuss] Which application uses GNU JavaMail ?

From: Cedric Hyppolite
Subject: Re: [Classpathx-discuss] Which application uses GNU JavaMail ?
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 19:46:48 +0100

I ran the test with the latest CVS version for javamail and inetlib.
Same result, the listing is still looping.

I am connecting to

I don't know the IMAP server name and version... If you can enlighten me on how to get it ?

Are there a lot of server-dependent issues making Gnu JavaMail not functional ?


Le 12 févr. 06 à 13:14, Chris Burdess a écrit :

Cedric Hyppolite wrote:
The exception is thrown on the indicated line:

 in getSharedNamespaces (
            Namespaces.Namespace[] n = ns.getShared();
-->       Folder[] f = new Folder[n.length];

OK, that's an easy one, I've committed a fix for it to CVS.

I modified the code not to open the folder. Now I start to see some IMAP folders. However it seems that listing of a non default folder returns itself as subfolder. Which make the recursive listing of folders enter a loop.

Here is a test that could show the loop, if you want to try it.

This may be solved in the CVS_HEAD version that I will check ASAP. Could you give me the cvs server connection info and the module list ?

The instructions are at


cvs -d:pserver:address@hidden:/sources/classpathx co mail

I don't think this will solve your recursive listing problem though. Your test code works fine for me, perhaps this is an issue with your IMAP server? Which IMAP server is it?
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