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Reading Mails using Java Mail API

 
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Hi ppl,
I want to know is it possible to read a mail without using POP3 server and using java mail api. If so send me the guidelines for it..........
I have my java mail api in my desktop..........

Help urgently required
Thanks
 
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You can use the JavaMail API to read from either a POP3 server or an IMAP server. If the message you are trying to read is on some other kind of server, which is very unlikely, you are probably out of luck.

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