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sending e-mail in Java

 
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Hi,

I am trying to write an application in Java that would send e-mails and recieve the confirmation of the mail being sent or not. Also in the body of the e-mail I want to display a grid with some data. I do not want to send the grid as an attachment.
Please suggest with some sample code, how can I go about it. I am new to Javamail APIs so kindly help me out.

Thanks,
Kiru
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

The J2EE FAQ links to a number helpful resources regarding JavaMail, e.g. a couple of FAQs and Suns extensive introductory material.
 
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