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Hello Everynbody
This is srikanth a new entrant to forum

Can any one help me out with Java Mail
I know that its always not possible to retrieve mails from a webmail account like Hotmail or yahoo.
But I want to know is it possible to authenticate a user with that mail service from JavaMail
for instance I have a user abc@yahoo.com and I have his password
and I want to authenticate this user with yahoo
I think I am clear.
Thank u


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