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package javax.mail;

import java.lang.annotation.ElementType;
import java.lang.annotation.Retention;
import java.lang.annotation.RetentionPolicy;
import java.lang.annotation.Target;
import java.lang.annotation.Repeatable;

 * Annotation used by Java EE applications to define a <code>MailSession</code>
 * to be registered with JNDI.  The <code>MailSession</code> may be configured
 * by setting the annotation elements for commonly used <code>Session</code>
 * properties.  Additional standard and vendor-specific properties may be
 * specified using the <code>properties</code> element.
 * <p>
 * The session will be registered under the name specified in the
 * <code>name</code> element.  It may be defined to be in any valid
 * <code>Java EE</code> namespace, and will determine the accessibility of
 * the session from other components.
 * @since JavaMail 1.5
public @interface MailSessionDefinition {

     * Description of this mail session.
     * @return	the description
    String description() default "";

     * JNDI name by which the mail session will be registered.
     * @return	the JNDI name
    String name();

     * Store protocol name.
     * @return	the store protocol name
    String storeProtocol() default "";

     * Transport protocol name.
     * @return	the transport protocol name
    String transportProtocol() default "";

     * Host name for the mail server.
     * @return	the host name
    String host() default "";

     * User name to use for authentication.
     * @return	the user name
    String user() default "";

     * Password to use for authentication.
     * @return	the password
    String password() default "";

     * From address for the user.
     * @return	the from address
    String from() default "";

     * Properties to include in the Session.
     * Properties are specified using the format:
     * <i>propertyName=propertyValue</i> with one property per array element.
     * @return	the properties
    String[] properties() default {};



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Release date: 2018-08-29


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