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Old 11-30-2010, 10:55 AM   #1
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Was told that I need to use Javamail for a project to send mail rather than using "mail" or "mailx". Has anyone here done this? Any pointers or sites you've used and can recommend?
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Hi -

No, you can use EITHER JavaMail OR do a "Runtime.exec ("mail ...");". Your choice

JavaMail is just an API - you need a real "mail agent" for it to talk to.

Here's a good link:

1. Set up a GMail account (for testing purposes)

2. Write the JavaMail "hello world" in the link above

3. Use these GMail SMTP parameters:

4. Once your test case works, apply it to your actual app.

'Hope that helps


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