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Offline 20thCenturyBoy

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« Posted 2004-06-01 03:57:02 »

Can I use the javax.mail.* classes in an application using the standard JRE? I know that these classes are part of J2EE, but can I use them separately or do I need to deploy everything else in J2EE? Surely not? Huh

I want to deploy a simple GUI mail client without resorting to the low-level Socket class that you get in J2SE.

Generally, what are the licensing restrictions for all of the J2EE javax.* packages that you don't get in J2SE?

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-06-01 09:25:38 »

Handily you can ship just the javax.mail packages in a jar and it's all nice and self-contained. AFAIK the javax.mail packages are entirely freely redistributable as long as you include the pointless license text file with them.

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-06-01 11:00:44 »

Just go to the java.sun.com website and find their "list of java technologies" which I think is just a combobox. Select "java mail API" or similar and you'll find you can get it all without even having heard of J2EE.

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-06-01 12:37:53 »

Aha so it is. I should look harder!

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