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how to use POP3 Mail API For Lotus Notes

 
Mannu Pal
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Hi ,

I am new to java mail Operations. I am using POP3 mail to perform Operations like read a mail, Send a mail, Download Attachment, Forward mail with and without Attachment. and client i am using Lotus Notes.

Can any one Help me to do this
If you can send some sample code it will help me a lot.

i am waiting for positive response from all of you.

Thanks ,
Mannu Pal.
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

I'm not quite clear what you're asking - you mention that you're using the Lotus Notes client to perform all these mail operations; where does Java fit in? Or are you saying that you want to perform all these operations via Java code? If so, check out [URL=http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/JavaMail/contents.html]this very extensive tutorial[/url]. It covers just about all you need to know (and probably way more).

Note that some of the operations you mention are implemented by the mail client, not by POP3. So if you want to automate those you'll have to write that code yourself.
 
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Thanks a lot i am able to do it.

if any one need help on this. you can catch me on this.

Thanks ,
Mannu Pal
 
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