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Implementing Java Mail Service

Former Member
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Hello,

we' d like to implement email-functionality through the portal. We would like every user to see his inbox and to be able to send mails to outside our domain.

I used standard iView com.sap.netweaver.coll.SendEMail for implementing the "send"-functionality. Although i cant see the mail system i created in systemlandscape in user mapping, i m quite surprised it works!

Every user is able to send email in his own name via our mail server mail.company.com.

Can you explain this phenomenon? How can I access the users inbox?

Thanks for your hints

Markus

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detlev_beutner
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Hi Markus,

com.sap.netweaver.coll.SendEMail uses the KMC SendMailService. This again uses the transport for JavaMail defined under System Admin - System Config - KM - Config - Collaboration - Groupware Transports - Mail Transport (I think from a first glance at the code; at least on EP5, it was the MAIL channel which was used for this, see http://help.sap.com/saphelp_ep50sp5/helpdata/en/3d/b58436b8a911d5993900508b6b8b11/frameset.htm

Accessing the mail inbox of a user means attaching the corresponding server, for example the exchange server.

There are instructions on how to do this on SDN...

Hope it helps

Detlev

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Former Member
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Hi Detlef,

I know how to implement mail-connectivity in EP5.

Unfortunately the configuration changed in EP6.

I configured java_mail_transport for sending email.

Could u give me any hint how to configure an inbox iview?

Thanks a lot for your help!

Markus

detlev_beutner
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Hi Markus,

> I know how to implement mail-connectivity in EP5.

> Unfortunately the configuration changed in EP6.

That's what I've explained.

> Could u give me any hint how to configure

> an inbox iview?

If you want to see incoming mail, you have to connect to the server in question, but the standard way supported is using the corresponding native web client, see http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/7c/6a469702474146a8ef2f97fe880b2f/frameset.htm

E.g. for integrating Outlook see https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.docs/library/ep/g-i/integration of outlook web access into sap enterprise portal.pdf

Hope it helps

Detlev

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