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ClassNot found error

 
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this is my class


this is the error i got .what else i need to add?



this example i got from web site
 
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Hi!
Try switching to JRE 6, which includes the javax.activation.DataSource interface, or use mr Dittmer's excellent tactic described below.
I can recommend http://jarfinder.com/ to help you find JAR files in which a given class/interface is located.
Best wishes!
 
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There's no need to switch to Java 6, really - the jar file for JAF can be downloaded from java.sun.com, and works fine with earlier Java versions.
 
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i added mail.jar and activation.jar files to the project.then i run the file.But it gives this error after taking sometimes.
 
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Either port 25 is closed on 192.168.10.205, or 192.168.10.205 cannot be reached at all. The error message "Network is unreachable" makes me think the latter is the case.

Are you sure that a) you can reach that IP address at all, and b) there is a mail server running on that machine?
 
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