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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I want to add my own pop3 Provider to my signed app. I use signtool create a signed jar file with a ...
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HI! I'd like to know that if using JAVA APIs or specialized toolkits if iam sending a signed mail t...
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Hi, I dont have javax.mail class files in my machine. I presently use the sun.net.smtp.SmtpClient ob...
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