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Hi:
We use Novell mail servers and Groupwise clients in our shop. I am using JavaMail API to send email by using the SMTP server. It works fine.
In the receieving part, we don't have a seperate IMAP or POP3 servers where I could use JavaMail to read the mails from a inbox.
I have some issues how to track the bounced emails. Novell Groupwise has a COM API and I could successfully connect to it by using JNI. But it can run only on the Windos box. So that option is out.
I am looking for some ideas how could I get access to the returned/bounced mails.
I could set up some rules in my Groupwise to forward the bounced emails to another server (James or sendmail) so I could read the messages from the second server.(I am not sure how it will work).
Has anyone dealt with similar issues?
Thanks for your ideas.
Sri
 
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