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Hi,
I am working on a JSP that insert all data from a form to a database when the submit button is clicked. The user need to get a password before entering the forms page.
The user send us a mail and the system have to automatically send a mail within a password.
My question is: How can i send automatic e-mail?
Any reference or information would be appreciated.
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Jeff
 
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When a ask a question to your forums, there is a check box for "Email notification". I need to do something similar to this...
that automatically send an e-mail
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Jeff
 
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Jeff,
You should take a look at the JavaMail API which provides functionality for sending email in Java. If the web/appserver you are using doesn't include JavaMail support then there are a few simple classes out there that will send email as well. If this the case, email me at adam@chalkcreek.com and I will send you one that I like to use.
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Jeff,
If you are going to use JavaMail API, you also need to download
Java Activatio Framework.
So you'll need mail.jar and activation.jar in your lib directory.
Ryo
 
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There is an excellant example of creating a taglib to utilize the JavaMail API from a JSP page in Adam's book.
[This message has been edited by Carl Trusiak (edited June 26, 2001).]
 
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