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Apache James Server Configuration

 
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Hi friends,
Currently I am working With Activiti(BPMN 2.0) ,I have Created One Application that send email to client. I am using Apache James email Server 2.3. All work fine. I created user in James server. and also getting email well. alll work fine.

But now i Want to configure James Server in GUI. Means like Kmail or somthing. So how Can i configure KMail With James server. So i Can Get All Email In Kmail. So its look cool to read email There.

My James Server is running on:

James Mail Server 2.3.2
Remote Manager Service started plain:4555
POP3 Service started plain:1110
SMTP Service started plain:1025
NNTP Service started plain:1119
FetchMail Started


Please help Me.

thanks And Regards
 
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I'm not aware of any GUI for configuring James. But KMail is a mail client, isn't it? Do you want to set up James as the email server in KMail? If so, what particular difficulty are you facing? If you've set up mail accounts in KMail before then the process should be quite similar.
 
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