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JavaMail

The JavaMail API is a set of abstract APIs that model a mail system. Together with service provider implementations, it provides functionality to send and read email using a different set of protocols. The reference implementation of Sun provides IMAP, POP3 and SMTP. The JavaMail API is a required part of the JavaTM 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition. Check out the examples on how to read and write email and how to plug-in new providers.

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      General:

        How do I create a email containing attachments using JavaMail?
        How do I send an email using JavaMail?
        How do I get a list of messages from my POP server?
        How do I customize the JavaMail Authenticator?
        How do I use JavaMail in Tomcat?
        How do I send an HTML message using JavaMail?
        How do I use the message search facilities in JavaMail?
        How do I set the priority of a message with JavaMail?
        How do I access NNTP newsgroups using JavaMail?
        How do I validate the correctness of an email address using JavaMail?
        How do I set a timeout on JavaMail connections?
        How do I parse a comma separated sequence of email addresses?
        How do I parse a comma separated sequence of newsgroups?


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