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Hello friends,

I am designing an application using jsp.In that application, I need to provide users with facility to send and recieve emails.Please guide me how to use JavaMail APIs.
I have one doubt that, Is it necessary to check mail system only after deploying the application on the hosting server.???
 
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First of all, you don't plan to write your own mail server, right? Presumably you get access to a mail server with your hosting contract.

As for how to use JavaMail, I suggest starting with the JavaMail tutorial. (Google keywords: "Javamail tutorial")

Is it necessary to check mail system only after deploying the application on the hosting server.???



I have no idea what you mean by this. Perhaps you could describe the problem which led you to ask it?
 
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I don't want to write mail server on my own. But how can I test whether my application (written based out of the tutorial) will work fine or not? Need more details on testing and implementation point of view.
 
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