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Information About E-mail Interface

Ravi Mandalapu
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Joined: Nov 01, 2000
Posts: 34
Right now i am doing prototyping.
We are using App.Server as SILVER STREAM SERVER
I am describing my description here:
Test SilverStream's ability to interface with NetscapeMessanger to do the following:
1) Allow the user to compose an e-mail in the foreground.The message should be automatically addressed and populated with data from my application formatted as HTML.
2)Send an e-mail entirely in the background with no user input.The user only needs to invoke the action.
3)Encrypt all e-mail messages.
The in-store Unix box(ISP) is equipped with the standard unix process called 'sendmail' which is an e-mail server that uses SMTP.
If you have any ideas about this?(I mean how to approach,....)
Please give some ideas.
Thankx in advanch..
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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