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    Default Sending Mail via Desktop

    I have a little Java program that let's the user send an email using the system's default mailer. To accomplish this, I am using Desktop.

    It works just fine: the default mailer starts up, and I can pass the recipient, subject, body, etc. to the mailer.

    Here's my question.

    Is there a way to send the email without having to click "send" in the mailer itself? That is to say, is there a way to have Java just send the email without the user having to interact with the system's mailer directly?

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    Yes you can have the emails sent out automatically. We have a system at work that sends out emails on a daily basis. Don't ask me how as I have never worked on it.

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