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I want to do followings, Which laguage suite me, and how should I proceed. Pls reply
Thanx in advance

1. Convenience for supporting external mail program
2. The best speed and security with using Qmail
3. Using NLP(Natural Language Processing) engine for blocking the lewdness and insulting remarks
4. Blocking the spam mail
5. Mail filtering
6. Large quantity of sending mail simultaneously
7. Multi-domain managing
8. Supporting editor with Dhtml
9. With using IMAP4

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Java mail API allows you to connect to a mail 'store', retreive email for a given user/password, move messages between folders, delete messages, etc.  It supports pop,pop3,and imap

I think it provides the basis for waht you want, but you'll need quite a bit of programming to achieve items 2-4

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