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JSR-186 Mail Portlet originally written in 2007 by Matt Young and Ren Provey of Duke University and presented in the 2007 JA-SIG conference. Jen Bourey added CAS. Gary Weaver added custom accts, jmail props, flexible AES password encryption. Displays mail from various accounts. Can allow students to add custom mail accounts, or can lock down. Can have accounts that are removable, or can lock down removal of accounts. Can specify advanced javamail properties for accounts. Pluggable authN including built-in CAS (from Yale) authN, ability to get from uPortal (shib, webauth, remote user header stuff, whatever you want), ability to store passwords in DES (old way) or any Java supported level of AES. 3DES could easily be added. Lists N number of last emails in zebra colored row alternation.

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Jun 10 2019 — Jul 10 2019

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