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JSP with JavaMail

 
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Hi all,
I want to use Javamail API with JSP.. i've downloaded Javamail API and Javabean Activation Framework.. mail.jar and activation.jar is placed in proper location and the configuration is ok..
Now i want to know, do i need to install any mail server in my webserver so that i can develop the intranet mail system in our LAN..
Thanks in advance..
Pranit..
 
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Yes ...
You need an SMTP Mail Server To Send Mail and POP3 OR IMAP Account to Accept mail for you mail application.
If u are using NT use : smtp of IIS
if u are using LINUX : use smail or sendmail or you can try any other available mail server
Best
Kartik

Originally posted by Pranit Saha:
Hi all,
I want to use Javamail API with JSP.. i've downloaded Javamail API and Javabean Activation Framework.. mail.jar and activation.jar is placed in proper location and the configuration is ok..
Now i want to know, do i need to install any mail server in my webserver so that i can develop the intranet mail system in our LAN..
Thanks in advance..
Pranit..


 
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Thanks a lot K'tick.. i've solved my prob.. i had mdaemon but it was not properly configured.. now it's ok and javamail is working properly..
but in IIS where can i get POP3.. according ur advice i just got SMTP and thru that i can send the mails only but can't receive..
waiting for ur reply..
Thanks again..
Pranit..
 
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