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sending java mails

 
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I have installed 1st class mail server and i'm running a java application to send an email. program is compiled and running properly but the mail is not delivered to the given mail address. is that a problem with the name of the remote mail server? please help me with this!. thanks a lot.
 
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hi Praddep,
Today I installed firstupmailserver and I tried the demo programs given by sun Java. It is working. If you want to send your mail over to internet then you have to connect to internet. And you must know your ISP's SMTP and POP server.
Regards,
Anup
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