JavaMail

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

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I have been trying to read contents of my calendar using javamail APIs. I use MS Exchange server. Im...
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I'm trying out JavaMail for the 1st time, and I'm using the "Multipart" example code (msgmultisend...
Fri 07/27/01
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I want to allow client to add attach with their mail from the the html page.But when test using f...
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Using IMAP, how would you modify an existing 'message text' of a message in a folder, and copy the r...
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