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Tomcat and javamail

kevin comario
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I want to create a java bean that can mail a user a confirmation message. My question is what do I need to do this, I am currently using apache and tomcat. Do I need to download the javaMail API and also is there anything that i need to download for tomcat to send my email.
Bear Bibeault
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There's nothing special beyond making sure that the appropriate jar files are in Tomcat's class path. For JavaMail questions I'm remanding this to the Other Java APIs forum.
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