JavaMail 1.4 Release
(April 25, 2006)
The JavaMail 1.4 release includes many API improvements approved by the Java Community Process via JSR-919. It also includes improvements in MIME parsing performance and support for parsing and constructing Delivery Status Notifications.
Note: You will also need the JavaBeans Activation Framework (JAF) extension that provides the javax.activation package. We suggest you use version 1.1 of JAF, the latest release.
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