JavaMail

The JavaMail API offers a standard Java extension API to talk to all your favorite standard Internet mail protocols.  

The JavaMail API offers a standard Java extension API to talk to all your favorite standard Internet mail protocols.   <<Less

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Must Sun's POP3 provider retrieve the entire message (including attachments), or can it just fetch t...
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What triggers a MessageChangedEvent under IMAP and how to I catch them with JavaMail? Will a Message...
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When connecting to a POP inbox, I keep getting a "pop lock busy! Is another session active?" message...
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When fetching mail via POP or IMAP, how can I monitor the amount of bytes transferred so that I can ...
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What's necessary to setup automated bounce processing?
Fri 01/19/01
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How can I hardcode in my program what normally would be retrieved from javamail.default.providers an...
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How can I maintain the session-specific Transport / Store objects across multiple HTTP requests, Sun...
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How do you display an attachment file using the Java Mail Package
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How do I determine what my SMTP server name is?
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If we use a web-based email provider like Yahoo Mail or Hotmail, how can we find out what the SMTP /...
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