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Hi guys, I have written a java code that displays count of files in folders and the recent file in them and their recent timestamp. Now I need a suggestion to get it as a mail to my team periodically so that logging in and commanding time can be reduced and reused. Since it is a windows OS web server there is no clue in mailing the command's result. Please guide me with a code or a concept.

And I need to know a shortcut to see some specified statuses of Component services(when given dcomcnfg in run/command prompt) like "started","stopped","automatic"."manual".

Please revert back if my questions aren't clear. I need your help.
Updated 27-Dec-13 7:50am

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JavaMail API[^]

Using the JavaMail API[^]

Email Through Java[^]

And really easy to read:
Fundamentals on the JavaMail API[^]

PLease us a free, local mailserver like hmail server for development:[^]
PLease be aware of that auto-ban function in there (can be switched off), that official email servers have too.
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