Jamm (Java Mail Manager) is a Web application to manage virtual email account information stored in an LDAP directory. It is meant as an administration tool for sites using mail servers, such as Postfix and Courier-IMAP, that store virtual user information in LDAP, such as OpenLDAP. It is essentially an application-specific LDAP editor and does not manage mail server specific configuration files. This makes Jamm quite portable to any SMTP, POP, or IMAP server so long as it supports LDAP.
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Release Notes: LDAP connection leaks have been fixed. LDAP searches for domains with large numbers of accounts have better performance.
Release Notes: The LDAP schema has changed. An included Perl script helps with migration. The active flag now works on domains. The delete flag now works on accounts and domains. An account and domain cleaner is included. Root's login DN is configurable.
Release Notes: A fix for a possible race condition, a fix for a Schema bug, and the ability to change passwords directly by the LDAP server instead of Jamm.
Release Notes: There is a new look for the Web pages. Install docs have been updated with the JUnit dependecy. Site/domain capabilites are now honored. There are other small bugfixes.
Release Notes: This the initial beta release, featuring improved site navagation using bread crumbs. The site admin screen now allows selecting of domain capabilities (however, the domain pages don't listen yet). Catch-All administration works. Schema updates were made to add domain capabilities. Account and Alias checkboxes for active and admin work. LDAP attributes are correctly handled as case-insensitive, but case-preserving. Fixes were made for Java JDK 1.4.0. The source was upgraded to Checkstyle 2.2, and better/existing Javadocs were added to it.