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Posted 5 Nov 2012I havn't had any experiance getting a language to do the job of a human in this way. If find the idea of using a program to bypass the user interface odd and interesting but I am not about to start that progect right now. Could you post describe the workings of your code when you are done asking for help and it works? I'm kind of asking for a walkthrough of what you are doing here when you are done.
For all those curious, I was successful in sending and receiving emails with gmail. I found a library called secure inet factory that makes it very simple. Check it out! Here are the links to the PopSsl and SmtpSsl classes. All you have to do is download the library and included it in your build path library section.
They have examples to go off of as well. You can find everything easily by using google.
This is also useful information regarding gmail:
Posted 4 Nov 2012just to let you know that this isn't an easy task
If you are a Jav newbie don't even try
I have a lot of programming experience, but I have never really worked with Java itself. I am fully prepared for a bloody battle to get the email stuff working correctly.All you need is Java and an email service. Yes, gmail will work fine. Just keep in mind that gmail uses SSL. Some links to help...
Simple POP3 client tutorial - http://mike-java.blo...a-tutorial.html
JavaMail FAQ (Interacting with gmail) - http://www.oracle.co...5477.html#gmail
There are plenty of other tutorials out there but all you need is Java and a gmail account to login to and download/send messages through.
Alright, I'll give those two a read once I am free. Thank you! I will respond once I do .
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