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Hi!!
I need to know if I can write a class that will filter the mails received by a SMTP server and get the necessary ones to be procesed by another class. Also can I make a servlet of this class or do I need to deploy it as a web service. The servlet or web service to be deployed is to be done in Apache Tomcat server. The class needs to constantly ping the SMTP server for new mails or the SMTP server should send a message to the class notifying arrival of a new mails. Is this possible?
 
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Servlet , webservices why do need such complicated stuff. You could simply use javamail API.
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I completely agree to usage of JavaMail API but that will be the class that processes the mails received by the SMTP server. But this class also needs to constantly monitor the incoming of mails that are to be processed. In this case what is better making use of a web service or a servlet?
 
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