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Changing email account password using java mail api

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Hi,

Is there a way to change the email account password using java mail api ? Sample is welcomed.

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hi
following is from javamailapiFAQ from sun
Q: Can I use the JavaMail APIs to add new user accounts to my mail server, remove user accounts from my mail server, or change the passwords for user accounts on my mail server?
A: The JavaMail API does not include any facilities for adding, removing, or changing user accounts. There are no standards in this area; every mail server handles this differently.

for further issue pls refer
http://java.sun.com/products/javamail/FAQ.html
cheers
RJ
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