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Jay Brumm
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Is there an easy way for my applets to automatically email
a file? Where can I find out more about this topic?
 
Jay Brumm
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I was able to find everything I need in the javamail API, great tools for sending files, etc, loaded with demos.
Check out the FAQ: http://java.sun.com/products/javamail/FAQ.html
Originally posted by Jay Brumm:
Is there an easy way for my applets to automatically email
a file? Where can I find out more about this topic?

 
Neerav Narielwala
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The JavaMail 1.4 release includes many API improvements approved by the Java Community Process via JSR-919. It also includes improvements in MIME parsing performance and support for parsing and constructing Delivery Status Notifications. Note: You will also need the JavaBeans Activation Framework (JAF) extension that provides the javax.activation package. I suggest you use version 1.1 of JAF, the latest release.
 
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posted 09 March 2000 06:13

I would guess Jay Brumm would appreciate your help, however given he posted this question more than six year ago, I'm not sure he's still around waiting for the answer.
 
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