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How to receive Messages in Java Mail Server

 
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Hi Everyone,
I want to make a mail server using javamail api.
I am able to send the mail to other mail servers, but I am not getting any idea to recieve the messages. I have gone through documents of javamail api, there I am getting imap hostname. what is this imap hostname? The overall need is, how to recieve message, what are the things required for this & to what the classpath should be set. Please send me the code of this if possible.

I have in my system:
javamail_api1.2,
jaf1.0.1
please specify if any thing required more.

thank you
[This message has been edited by Deepak Sharma (edited March 09, 2001).]
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