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From "Uma Maheswar" <>
Subject Re: Java servlet and mailing
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2002 14:35:03 GMT
If you need to send an email you dont need to download and install all of
the Java Mail. Using SmtpClient you can send an email. There is a good
programme for download in our site. Check it in
the download section.
Hope it helps

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon" <>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <>
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 4:01 AM
Subject: Java servlet and mailing

> Dear,
> I come from PHP world, so that i don't really know about this.
> If i need to sent out an email in my serlvet program, do i need to
> and install javamail?
> (I did a mail() in PHP, which calls /bin/mail indeed, most likely...)
> According to this FAQ saying:
> Q: What is the JavaMailTM API?
> A: The JavaMailTM API is a set of abstract APIs that model a mail system.
> The API provides a platform independent and protocol independent framework
> to build Java technology based email client applications. The JavaMail API
> provides facilities for reading and sending email. Service providers
> implement particular protocols. Several service providers are included
> the JavaMail API package; others are available separately. The JavaMail
> is implemented as a Java optional package that can be used on JDK 1.1.6
> later. The JavaMail API is also a required part of the JavaTM 2 Platform,
> Enterprise Edition (J2EETM).
> Do I have J2SE, i don't have JavaMail right?
> So, the easy way out, is to install J2EE in the first place, rather than
> J2SE?
> I don't this sounds stupid, but please help.
> Many thanks!
> Simon.
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