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hi,

Could you help me find some good java projects to work on for my final yr. project work?

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How about writing a "honeypot" fake open-relay SMTP server?

You could have the honeypot running on the net, tricking spammers into thinking they've found an open relay.  Then, when they try to use it, you accept their spam, delete it and then automatically complain to their ISP that they were sending spam...

The RFCs for the SMTP protocol are publicly available, and the protocol itself is relatively simple.  If you concentrate on accepting mail (and not relaying it), then you can cut your workload in half.
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Check out www.sourceforge.org and see if there's any projects there that you might like.

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by:m_onkey_boy
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If you go with the SMTP server, check out "Internet email protcol" (or something like that, by Kevin Johnson.
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have a look at www.softpanorama.net
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