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why we have to use weblogic server to read mails instead of using java mail API

 
srikanth savannagari
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Hi all,

I am able to send and read the emails using java mail API, but my
business owner wants to implement those things using Weblogic Server's JMS bridges concept IEMailPoller Interface then

my doubt is how i can make interact this EmailPoller with jms bridges



Regards
Srikant
 
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I don't know anything about your business owner's requirement, but we use JMS queues as a step when sending emails because the queue guarantees delivery and the message is not deleted from the queue until the consumer acknowledges that the email was sent successfully. Messages can be "sent" (queued) even if the email send process is offline.
If you have an email failure, like if the network is unavailable or the email gateway goes down, how do you propose to handle it?
 
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