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javamail:-NoClassDefFoundError

 
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in running java mail i am getting this error
what is reason?
 
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What class is it complaining about? It could be your classpath not set right. Did you download the latest Java Mail API? It requires the JavaBean Activation Framework as well. You'll need to download it as well.
Give us a little more detail if this doesn't help.
 
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Java Mail questions are really more appropriate to the "Other Java APIs" forum, so I've moved this post.
 
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