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Intercept emails

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I'm not sure this is the right place to ask this, but here it goes.

I am planning to write a server application that will intercept emails sent to a specific email address (provided by my users), parse that email for sales information, and take that information and send it to specific websites.  There is database access involved.

How do I do the email intercept?  (users will have to give me permission, so that's not an issue).
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You can use JavaMail
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