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amit malhotra
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Is java mail api compatable with lotus notes
david butali
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Originally posted by amit malhotra:
Is java mail api compatable with lotus notes

Can you tell me if is compatible?
Lewin Chan
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Is java mail api compatable with lotus notes

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?
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eammon bannon
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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.
 
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