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JBuilder3 e-mail component

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Hi 4 all
 i am Jbuilder developer , i need compnont by which i can send and receive e-mail..
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Here is the URL for the Java Mail API. The download package comes with a good example for sending email which you can easily tailor to your own needs. You can either create the email properties dynamically or configure them in a properties file.

Haven't tried the API for receiving email, but it's probably just as straightforward.

http://java.sun.com/products/javamail/

Good luck,

Dorothy
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