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Validating Domino Email Addresses from java and sending mail

I need to validate shortname entries against the name and address book in notes r5 and expand accordingly and send a mail message through domino.  Any thoughts on approach?  I would have to cycle through each user in the NAB and examine the shortname and grab real email address before constructing a valid email.  Can I send through domino or do i need to use smtp?

thanks for any help
brent
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HemanthaKumarCommented:
Take the name and do a search on ($VimPeople) view in NAB. This will return you the records matching the name entered in the search. Scan through this record for email address accordingly.

Look into Notes help on how to use GetDocumentByKey or GetAllDocumentsByKey in java

~Hemanth
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qwaleteeCommented:
You can send through Domino using the shortname that's already set for each person, so long as these shortnames were set up uniquely.  Once you have that in place, you can send using the Notes Java API, or you can send via an SMTP server... though, if the SMTP server is not your Domino SMTP server, it may be set to only recognize a specific RFC822 name for each person.
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xp_commanderCommented:
(1) To search for a user by shortname

To find a user by shortname , long name , any format use undocumented "NABUtils" class included in package :- lotus.notes.addins.ispy

String search_str = "JSMITH"
NABUtils company_nab = new NABUtils();
Document doc = company_nab.getFirstDocumentFromAddressBook (session,company_nab.PERSON_RECORD, search_str );

(2) If the users belong to your domino domain, I assume than only you want to do a look up for them in NAB. In that situation , Notes would route the mail thru NRPC even without a need for SMTP server. All you need is to call send method , i.e. docmail.send(false, sendToVector)

A sample java code right from the Notes Help documentations :-  

import lotus.domino.*;
public class JavaAgent extends AgentBase {
  public void NotesMain() {
    try {
      Session session = getSession();
      AgentContext agentContext =
         session.getAgentContext();
      // (Your code goes here)
      Database db = agentContext.getCurrentDatabase();
      Document doc = db.createDocument();
      doc.replaceItemValue("Form", "Memo");
      doc.replaceItemValue("Subject", "Reminder");
      doc.setEncryptOnSend(true);
      doc.replaceItemValue("Body",
          "A document awaits your approval in " +
          db.getTitle() + ".");
      doc.send("John Smith");
    } catch(Exception e) {
      e.printStackTrace();
    }
  }
}
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