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From "Brian C. Dilley" <br...@briandilley.com>
Subject Re: Possible to make standalone program with SMTP?
Date Wed, 17 Dec 2003 01:51:56 GMT
    You can send mails with the JavaMail API.  Check out Transport.  If
you want to ACCEPT emails, ie: you listen on port 25... that's another
story.

On Tue, 2003-12-16 at 17:29, kb wrote:

>  > Can you explain what you mean by "smtp enabled"?  If you want to send 
> > messages, then just use JavaMail.  Independent of that, you can 
> > determine what SMTP server to run, and James or sendmail can serve as that.
> 
> What i mean by "smtp enabled" is that the program itself does the smtp
> protocol transfer.  
> 
> Unless i am mistaken, the JavaMail API's constitute a MUA , (which i am using to build
the messages )
> 
> What i was looking for was API's that constitute an MTA, so i could send
> them without resorting to an external program, (
> Postfix,James,Sendmail,Qmail,etc )... I had thought i had found them
> here....
> 
> I will take a look at Avalon, i guess... i hate to roll my own, but the
> spec i have for this project requires it.  
> 
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