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Problem for accesing EXCHANGE SERVER through java !!

 
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Hello friends,
I am back here with a query and i hope you all would revert back as soon as possible as it is a very urgent requiremnet in my project .
"I NEED TO ACCESS THE EXCHANGE SERVER AND PERFORM THE OPERATIONS LIKE ACCESSING MAILS AND THAT TOO USINGA JAVA PROGRAM "
So can anyone suggets me the complete approach to develop such an application.
I have heard of a tool named JINTEGRA which provides the mapping between JAVA and EXCHANGE SERVER.
Hoping for a detailed solution from you guys as this is an interesting application.
Thx,
SAurabh
 
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This depends how much of Exchange's functionality you need to use. If all you require is email send/receive then treat Exchange as you would any SMTP/POP3 mail server and use the JavaMail API for this. If you need the extended set of Exchange functionality you are right you need a Java-COM bridge and JIntegra is a good one, but it is about $3000 for the initial licence. There are other bridges out there, have a google for "Java COM bridge" and you see.
 
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check out the javamail API (which comes with J2EE but can also be found as a standalone download, get JAF as well in that case).
If your exchange server supports POP3 and SMTP that's all you need.
 
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