Technically, the javamail api is compatible with everything . More pertinently, is the default sun pop3/imap/smtp implementation of the javamail api compatible with a lotus notes server. The answer to that is depends. Does the notes server support imap access? Does the notes server support pop3 access? Does the notes server support smtp access? brgds L
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Technically, the javamail api is compatible with everything
Well, I'd rather say theoretically than technically - yes currently there are Transport implementations to support SMTP, POP3 and IMAP. But no one yet has added support for awkward stuff like MAPI, or legacy things like cc:mail. Otherwise Lewis Chan is correct, if by [i]Is java mail api compatable with lotus notes[/b] you mean with lotus notes email capability. But remember Notes is a lot more than just an email server, and all that other functionality is not accessable through JavaMail. Also remember that JavaMail is only compatable with Notes v5 up - there's an IBM Red Book about this somewhere on their site. Have a search there.