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how the mail delivery status notification works?pls help

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can anyone clarify more about email notification? when I create sendmail bean and notification bean to send out my email.

Do I need to create STOREevent bean (use to store the notification of the mail delivery status) and FOLDERevent bean (new folder to store my notification)?Or it is depend on the mail server or setup in mail server.

If I do not need to create STOREevent and FOLDERevent, when the notification come back it will store in where?and in what format?

If Yes I need to create FOLDERevent to create folder and STOREevent to store notification, that means everytime I call sendmail bean to send out an email I also need to call FOLDERevent bean and STOREevent bean for notification?

The notification is confusing me...pls help...

thank you.

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Hey Albert Sie, I am not sure, but if you can go thru the source code of any of
Open Source Web Mail Clients in Java and Open Source Mail Clients in Java, it will really help your to developer your solution.
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