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    dude_hansome is offline Member
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    Default sent mail

    hi!!
    this is dude_hansome
    i've written the code for sending the mail using the javamail API, but the problem is the recipient is recieving the mail in his inbox where as the same mail i'm unable to get into the my sentitems folder.
    plzzzzzzzzzzzzz help me to solve this problem.:)

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    Because sent items is part of whatever app you use for your email?
    There's nothing about sending emails that requires them to be stored by the sender...you'd have to write that bit yourself.

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    Yes.. The javamail API will not store in any sent items. Its job is to send mails. If it needs to be stored then you need to write code for that

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