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Having done no performance analysis at allAgree completely, but if this is a representative sample of the code, it would all bear reviewing by a competent hand.
I'm using Gmail and I am successfully sending emails.
But how can I know if my message was not delivered due to an absent receiver ?
Thanks in advance !
Did you read the second message in this thread?
Yeah, I did.
But I have no clue on how to implement that !
I´m totally lost !
Hey, I'm still lost... :(
If you have no clue then you're out of luck. I suggest you hire somebody who does, if you need the code written.
Or alternatively, you could get started with your project and ask a specific question about a problem you're having. That's the only kind of thing that people on forums can deal with.
Exactly. We can't just sit down and write you a tutorial based on the fact
that you don't know where to get started. If you want quick responses, you
have to show what you've already tried and why it doesn't work, and ask
a specific question.
Sorry for the confused question.
What I'm trying to ask is how can I automatically read the response of the emails I send with Java Mail API in case they bounce back.
Please. And thank you in advance.
It's the same as reading any other email message.
What part of that is confusing you? The "automatically" part? What do you mean by "automatically"?
Normally you'll need a server program running and polling the INBOX for the return receipt address
for new messages.