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Pritam Chatterjee
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i want to make forget password page using jsp where when the user will enter his/her email-id one mail will be forwarded to that mail-id with login details. I can't understand how to do it..please help me out..
 
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You have to use java mail api to send mail.
Let us know, what you have not understand from the requirement.


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There are various parts to this; which one are you having trouble implementing?
 
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Pritam Chatterjee wrote:i want to make forget password page using jsp where when the user will enter his/her email-id one mail will be forwarded to that mail-id with login details. I can't understand how to do it..please help me out..


What is the specific problem? What are you not able to understand?
 
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Suggest me a good tutorial for java mail api where i can learn from begining
 
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Pritam Chatterjee wrote:Suggest me a good tutorial for java mail api where i can learn from begining


Visit this link: http://www.roseindia.net/javamail/
 
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RoseIndia is a terrible web site full of bad advice and erroneous code. I wouldn't point people there for anything. The JavaMail home page points to lots of learning resources including a very extensive FAQ.
 
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First if any requirements comes into your bucket first you have to try with using diagrams.

for your requirements you have to implement in many ways using some security features.
For sending details wen can use java mail API
For validation the details you can provide security features like security question and etc..

First see the pages in from google,and yahoo how theyare implemented this mechanism.

Thanks
 
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