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Hi guys, I posted this message in 'Other Java APIs' forum, but I see that questions do not get answered there very often, so trying here.
I don't think JavaMail is installed by default in J2EE 1.3 -- correct me if I am wrong. If it's not, where do I download it and how do I install it. I went to http://java.sun.com/products/javamail, but all I could find there was JavaMail API. thanks, Alex
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Sun's site will never win any awards for clarity. The JavaMail API is what you want to download. Buried in the .zip file you will find mail.jar. bear P.S. Unless things have changed, you'll also need to rout out activation.jar from somewhere. [ January 13, 2004: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
OK, at this point we've clearly gone beyond anything remotely to do with JSP (one could argue that the config issue was at least web-app related) so I'm going to remand this back to the Other Java APIs forum. (Alex, I understand your concern about that forum getting less traffic than this one, but we're clearly off-topic at this point). bear