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JavaMail 1.4.4

January 21, 2011

The JavaMail 1.4.4 release contains several bug fixes and enhancements, including:

    - Ability to cache POP3 messages on disk.
    - In-memory POP3 message cache now uses soft references.
    - NTLM authentication support is now integrated, no longer need jcifs.jar.
    - SASL authentication support for SMTP.
    - New demo classes showing how to handle old non-MIME Outlook messages.

Note: Unless you're using Java SE 6, you will also need the JavaBeans Activation Framework (JAF) extension that provides the javax.activation package. We suggest you use version 1.1.1 of JAF, the latest release. JAF is included with Java SE 6.

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JavaMail Documentation

The JavaMail documentation is included in the download bundle (above), and can also be accessed online here.

JavaMail Service Provider Guide

(February 11, 1999)

We are pleased to present the final version of the JavaMail Service Provider Guide. Please send comments to javamail_ww@oracle.com


Previous Releases

JavaMail 1.4.3

JavaMail API 1.4.3, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.4.2

JavaMail API 1.4.2, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.4.1

JavaMail API 1.4.1, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.4

JavaMail API 1.4, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.3.3

JavaMail API 1.3.3, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.3.2

JavaMail API 1.3.2, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.3.1

JavaMail API 1.3.1, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.3

JavaMail API 1.3, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.2

JavaMail API 1.2, you can find it   here

JavaMail 1.1.3

JavaMail API 1.1.3, you can find it   here

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