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mail providers and protocols
main( ) methods
     HostLookup program
     UDPPoke class
man-in-the-middle attacks
manifest files
mark( ) methods
     Buffer classes 2nd
     InputStream class
markSupported( ) method (InputStream class)
markup languages
Marshall, Casey
marshalling and unmarshalling
match( ) method (Message class)
matches( ) method (Cookie class)
MBONE (Multicast Backbone on the Internet)
     session announcements
Message class
     constructors
     creating messages
     flags
     getting messages from folders
     header information
         date\: header
         From\: header information
         Reply-to\: header
         subject\: header
         To\:, Cc\:, and Bcc\: headers
     implementation of Part interface
     replying to messages
message integrity checking and asymmetric encryption
META tags
methods, protected
Microsoft, Java support
MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension) types
     content handlers and
     content types 2nd
     headers and protocols
     MIME messages
     x-types
MimeMessage class
MimePart interface
multicast addresses
multicast sockets
     clients and servers
    code examples
         multicast sniffer
         MulticastSender
     definition
     efficiency of
     multicast addresses and groups
     MulticastSocket class [See MulticastSocket class]
     routers and
         availability of
    routersand
         multicast support by routers
     security issues
     UDP and
multicasting
     common permanent multicast addresses
     examples 2nd
     reception by member host
     UDP and
     versus standard UDP
MulticastSender class
MulticastSniffer class
MulticastSocket class
     communicating with multicast groups
     constructors
Multipart class
multithreading and data transmission
MutableAttributeSet interface
     methods for additions and removal of attributes

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