JavaMail 1.2 Release
(December 5, 2000)
The JavaMail 1.2 API release contains a number of enhancements to improve the usability and performance of the JavaMail API. This release also contains additional bug fixes.
The JavaMail 1.2 API provides a set of abstract classes that model a mail system. The API provides a platform independent and protocol independent framework to build Java technology-based mail and messaging applications. The JavaMail API is implemented as a Java platform optional package and is also available as part of the Java 2 platform, Enterprise Edition. Sun provides a royalty-free reference implementation, in binary form, that developers will be able to use and ship. The POP3 service provider is now bundled with JavaMail 1.2 API.
Download JavaMail API Implementation Version 1.2
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