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Hi

I need to write a mail program where when the user registers in my website, and the user would be sent a mail giving him his username and password(This part is done and is working fine). Now I need to get an automated mail from the user saying that the user has recieved the mail from my website(or else my email address should be added into the users address book). How can this be possible. Could any one please help?

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Try Using the Java Mail API
 
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