Then using the some special Task to established JavaMail API Environment setup:
Task 1: firstly Download the latest version of the JavaMail Implementation from Sun.
Task 2: After JavaMail download to latest version for JavaBeans Activation Framework from Sun.
Task 3: Then both downloaded packages Unzip. you get the ZIP file for all platform for both packages.
Task 4: using the jar tool to Unzip these packages .
Task 6: Then total files copy into your extension library directory. The default installation copy using for Microsoft Windows, the command look like the following:
copy mail.jar jdkjrelibext
copy activation.jar jdkjrelibext
Task 7:After that Go into the demo directory. The demo directory comes with the JavaMail API implementation and compile to the msgsend program to send a test message.
Task 8:The msgsend program compile to javac msgsend.java
Task 9:Execute the program passing in a from address with the -o option, your SMTP server with the -M option, and the to address (with no option). You’ll then enter the subject, the text of your message, and the end-of-file character (CTRL-Z) to signal the end of the message input.
Task 10: Then lastly check to make sure your message received with normal mail reader (Eudora, Outlook Express, pine,etc.
To send emails, you must have SMTP server that is responsible to send mails. You can use one of the following techniques to get the SMTP server:
Install and use any SMTP server such as Postfix server (for Ubuntu), Apache James server (Java Apache Mail Enterprise Server)etc. (or)
Use the SMTP server provided by the host provider for eg: free SMTP provide by JangoSMTP site is relay.jangosmtp.net (or)
Use the SMTP Server provided by companies e.g. gmail, yahoo, etc.