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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2004

    Unhappy emails and java beans

    how do i do a flag or an alert on the server/system, so that when the user logs in they are notified that an email has been sent to them, and that they should check there inbox!

    All messages sent to the user will be stored in a mysql database, does this improve or hinder my query?

    All suggestions/solutions aill be gratefully appreciated!


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    I think you may have more luck posting
    this in the J2EE/Web Services forum.

    Cheers, DJDaveMark

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    logs into what? windows xp?

    you need to be more specific, but heres a guess:

    i assume you have an enterprise app that the user logs into
    connect to the mail server when they request to log in, and query the number of mails they have
    tell them

    actually, you could use this twofold, my university uised to use the POP server for allowing students to log into windows NT.. a custom login program was loaded, and it requested the username and password of the user. it would then log into the pop server and send it the username and password. if the pop server replied that it did not know the user, they were denied (wrong username or password) if the pop server login succeeded, they were told how many new mails they had.
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