[jdev] Re: jdev Digest, Vol 18, Issue 2

zhaomin zhaomin at kingdream.com
Wed Jul 6 22:17:00 CDT 2005

I know this modules of jabber1.4 just for e-mail agent like as msn icq yahoo etc at one years before,but I haven't any information about this project's progress.it's call NGM system.you can visited the jabberstudio.org I think.I am from china too ,nice to meet you!

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From: "张文茂" <zhangwm at netarchlab.tsinghua.edu.cn>
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Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2005 9:50 AM
Subject: [jdev] Re: jdev Digest, Vol 18, Issue 2

I think I want to do both of them. First transport RFC2822 over XMPP, second write a Jabber-based e-mail client. It just liked such scenario:

1) We can write an e-mail and transport it like an IM message over XMPP. The e-mail can be sent to another Jabber-based e-mail server or client, it can also be sent to an ordinary e-mail server or client through a XMPP gateway. The differences between Jabber-based and ordinary are security and near-synchrony. 

2) Jabber-based e-mail client can receive the e-mail both from ordinary and Jabber-based e-mail server. And it can also recieve IM message.

3) The messages such as e-mail and IM can be represented in the same format. They can be stored and searched in the same way. 

Those are my primary ideas. Maybe They are insufficient and even wrong. I hope we could share our ideas. Thanks!

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>Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2005 10:42:02 -0400
>From: Hal Rottenberg <halr9000 at gmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [jdev] Has somebody still focused on Jabber E-mail?
>To: Jabber software development list <jdev at jabber.org>
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>On 7/5/05, 张文茂 <zhangwm at netarchlab.tsinghua.edu.cn> wrote:
>> Hi, everybody! I am a student in China. I am interested in designing E-mail over Jabber architecture. I found that some one has the same idea and discussed it in this group. Is this topic still new here? And would you please tell me some new improvement in this area? Thanks a lot!
>You want to transport "RFC 2822 - Internet Message Format" over XMPP? 
>Or do you want to write a Jabber client that works like an email
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