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Old November 30th, 2004, 12:56 AM
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Hi,
i m trying to write code for receiving and reading mails,but i didn't get success,can u plz let me know the code for receiving and reading mails.
Hoping to get a positive reply from u soon.

Thanking You.
surendra kumar jha



 
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You may use the component JMail from http://www.dimac.net. With the help of this component, you can fetch, read, get attachments and delete mails from a POP3 server.




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