I just dropped it in the default deploy folder and everything worked fine. Looks like something we've reconfigured on our end.
Can't imagine what that could be. What about the default configuration files does the mail services need to work? What does it rely on?
The first configures services, the second configures ejbs. If you're configuring ports, the server name (particularly important), etc then you edit the service descriptor. If you want to tweak the persistence (enable caching, eager loading, etc) then tweak the jboss.xml. If you need a hand, post your config, tell us what database, servername, etc. I can help you tweak it for example. I'll take a look at the wiki page so far as creating the JMS queues...
Sacha Labourey and I have written a companion workbook to O'Reilly's "EJB 3rd Edition" by Richard Monson-Haefel. It will be published sometime in October and we would really like some feedback! Please refrain from grammar and spelling mistakes, since our editor will handle these sort of things.
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