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 am new to Javamail. What are the minimum requirements for sending mail using Javamail API. [I have...
Thu 04/19/01
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i m using java mail api.i want to create new user .im working in linux
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ir, I am sending mails through SMTP server. but i do not want to rely on SMTP server so if i want t...
Thu 04/19/01
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Hi, i am trying to send an email using javamail api. I downloaded pop3.jar, javamailapi and the acti...
Thu 04/19/01
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How can i implements these FAQ system into my project
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what is FAQ system?give breaf explanation.
Thu 04/19/01
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I am writing a pop3 client, and I am having an odd problem. When I try to delete a message like thi...
Wed 04/18/01
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Is there any mechanism to validate the format of an e-mail addresses using the Javamail API?
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I am trying to connect to MS Exchange Server to read my mails using Java Mail API. I am new to java...
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Does the Transport.send() method block until the STMP mail transaction is completed? I noticed tha...
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