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i am trying to develope an application which automatically send a sms to a particular number when a new mail arrives at ones mail box.
I want to do it using J2ME and javamail.Can anyone help me with the requirements and how to proceed with the project.
 
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himanshubisht,

Please change you display name according to the JavaRanch naming policy, which you had agreed to when you signed up.

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dear Michael
i read the policy and for your information my name is HImanshu Bisht. As it was not accepting my first name so i had to combine it with my sir name.
u can write himanshu if u want to and help me in solving my problem.

cheers
himanshu
 
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Himanshu, I just tried to change my own display name to "HImanshu Bisht" and it works just fine so I guess it was the registration form that rejected it for you? Try to change your display name through the My Profile page and tell us if you're still getting errors.
 
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thanks mate!!!
i just did what u said and it worked!!!
hope it's OK now???
well it seems everyone is interested in my name but none is answering my question.Its very urgent.I just wanna know whether it can be done or not.


regards
Himanshu
 
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There is no standard J2ME API to access the native SMS message box. However, some vendor proprietary API (e.g., motorola) might allow you to do this. So, you need to research your specific target device.
 
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