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Automatically receive selective emails

So I have an idea for a web application, that collects users emails and generates certain triggers/conversations on a scheduled basis.
This triggers will include simple text, web links or even some picture to be displayed.
I’d like to know what the most simple way is to have certain users receive these triggers, meaning that when a certain user X sends an email to user Y, the email will include a trigger to be displayed to user X.
Is this something that the user can do in their mailbox? Or do they need to be informed somehow?
I’d appreciate any help and any code to get started with, or at least useful tips!


Every email provider has their own set of rules regarding what is allowed with your email, and what is not. You don’t just simply tell the server to deliver a certain message to a specific address, and that’s it.
If you want to send out a message that is not already in your current subscriber’s inbox, you need to request permission from the email provider so that you can use their out of the inbox filter in order to deliver it. Of course, your users have to agree to it, and some providers actually use a browser that checks to ensure that the message is being sent by the desired address.
If you are not going to use your own email domain for the messages, then you would have to rely on your users to specify their email address in order to receive it. Any mail address can receive mail, but it will not be delivered to that address unless you specifically inform your users that they should provide a valid email address.


Android: How to remove and return focus to actionbar when done button pressed

What I’m trying to do is when I press the done button, it closes the application or restart it. I am able to achieve this, however, I am losing the focus on the actionbar.
This is my result so far, I’ve also made the button transparent.

This is the onclick listener on the button:
btnDone.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {

public void on


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