Corporate Post Office / News: Recent posts

Corporate Post Office 0.5

Corporate Post Office (CPO) is a Java daemon that manages corporate newsletters. Corporate means that is not focused on creating a small email engine but that it wants to be able to handle huge databases, with different clusters of customers, stored on different databases.
In release 0.5, CPO has its sending engine complete and bounce downloader "almost" complete.
The bounce analyzer is missing to complete the core.
When done, the RMI porting will begin, and CPO will be a service callable by both web based and classic applications
Please join me in completing this project: your java experience is needed!

Posted by Federico Fissore 2005-02-01

Java Corporate Post Office 0.2

Java Corporate Post Office (JCPO) is a program that handles newsletters.
It is written in Java and its roadmap wants it to run in JBoss and other application servers.
In this release, 0.2, JCPO has its sending engine almost completed: the word "almost" is mandatory as well as bugs or misbehaviours could always be discovered.
The user interface (web broser) is under development.

Please join JCPO team by supplying your feedback

Posted by Federico Fissore 2004-11-13

jcpo 0.1.1

a bug in columns names in JavaCorporatePostOffice.java has been fixed.

Posted by Federico Fissore 2004-09-29

jcpo 0.1.1

Maintenance release of JCPO. A more complete database structure and various bugfixes

Posted by Federico Fissore 2004-09-28

Java Corporate Post Office 0.1

First release of JCPO!
These release supplies the sending engine and a very small set of features.
It includes an init script for creating a new PostgreSQL database.
Check run.(bat|sh) and the install notes for trying JCPO.

Posted by Federico Fissore 2004-09-15

Database under development

The first release of jcpo is almost done.
Now i'm working on the database structure: this will take about a week of spare-time-working with some more days of tests.
I think release 0.1 will be available at the end of the next week.

Posted by Federico Fissore 2004-08-24

First files

First files were released. Access them with CVS

Posted by Federico Fissore 2004-07-09

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