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How to send mail from jsf, can anybody tell me the a-z guide for this

 
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I wanted to use my gmail id as sender mail id to send mail to user who-ever visits on my website, how to do it.
 
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Probably the best way is to use JavaMail. If I'm not mistaken it's built into Java EE containers, such as the one you're using to contain your JSF code. Here's a link to the JavaMail FAQ, which specifically describes how to connect to Gmail.
 
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Hi dude,

you can use below function for sending mail using JSF.

public String sendEmail(){
MailUtility mail=new MailUtility();
mail.sendMail("Subject", "Hi this is test mail", "sreekanthreddy.com@gmail.com");



return "success";
}
 
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MailUtility is some in-house helper class someone has written? You both work for the same
company?
 
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no boss i am not i am working for tcs
it will work fine see the code if you want i will send you the Mailutility class
 
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It's just that I type MailUtility into NetBeans and nothing is coming up so it seems to not
be a standard package - so it's not going to be much help to anyone unless you can
provide further information about what it is, where to get it etc...

I've got e-mail sending working fine from with a Glassfish app server hooked into a
google mail account so I don't need any help myself.

Regards,
Brendan.
 
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OK boss
if you need any help in jsf just reply me i will help you
 
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OK great boss
i need detailed richfaces notes could you please help me in this
 
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I am getting an error that..
Unknown smtp host ..when I am passing it the
smtp.gmail.com
 
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Not in this way...
Write the full code and step step by step ...
 
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