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user10983330 wrote:My friend google suggests this might be useful:
Please anyone suggest me how to send email from lotus notes using java.
There are a variety of other results too, but not knowing much about the areas I'd recommend you look into them.
I don't understand the question. Are you asking:
1. How do I send e-mail from Lotus notes manually? Press the Send button.
2. How do I send e-mail from Java? Look into the Java Mail API. Doesn't require Lotus Notes (or any other e-mail client, for that matter).
3. How do I send e-mail to a Lotus Notes address? Just send e-mail to the address (see # 2 above). Nothing special required just because the recipient uses Lotus Notes. FYI: I use Lotus Notes (though I hate it) because it's our company's standard & have written Java apps that send e-mails to Notes. The only time I've had to be aware the recipient was a Notes client was when I was sending HTML formatted messages; then I had to pay attention to the limitations of Notes' brain dead HTML parser.
How do you send email to a Lotus Notes address? I cannot do it with Java Mail API, because the address is not a standard internet mail address. The address looks like: MANAGER1/HKHQ/ORACLE
Thanks in advanced,
Take a look at distribution lists. That might guide you in the right directions. I've very familiar with distribution lists, but not using Java to send to them.