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Hi,

I am running the java mail api to send email. it's working fine in the local system. i placed same
program in the amazon system but i m not getting the subject in the subject i am getting (no subject).
this is below program i am running. please help to solve the this problem.

i am getting mail without subject. i have added the all the jar files.


Please tell me where i am doing mistake






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Venu
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CarefullyChooseOneForum while posting. Moving to "Other JSE/JEE APIs" forum
 
venu jayaram
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Hey please tell me in which forum i need to post this query ??


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Nitesh already told you where he was going to move this. For JavaMail, this is the place to go.
 
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