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Apache James with HUPA webmail

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Hi guys. I don't know if I am asking in the correct forums but I am desperately in need of help using this framework as resources are not easy for me to find.

I have installed Apache James 3 on my Windows 10 64-bit machine.
I also have successfully set up apache james 3 and able to telnet into port25.
So I tested by adding domains and users based on apache james' quickstart guide.

Everything is successful and working well but now this is another question. How do I move up a step?

1. I would love to know how do I log in as a user to read the email sent by another user in the server.
2. I read up on logging in as a root user but there is no way I can find out how to add a user as I could not find config.xml in beta3 because apache 2.3.2 there is this folder called config.xml to add root users but it can not be found in beta3.
3. How do I integrate HUPA with apache james?

I would appreciate it if help is provided as google is not providing me as much information as I need.

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