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Hi,

I have to call this method when the user requests for a new password.
I am sending a mail to the users mail id.But this is not working.

The application is hosted on Tomcat server.But i have not added the password for the postmaster user id..

Apart from that,what are the other things that are to be changed..

Thanks in advance,
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[ July 13, 2006: Message edited by: A Kumar ]
 
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Hi,

Any changes to be done?

 
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Originally posted by A Kumar:
Any changes to be done?

Well, if it "doesn't work" then I would say something has to be changed to make it work. But not knowing what "doesn't work" actually means, it's pretty hard to suggest what needs to be changed. So I would suggest you start by reading the JavaMail FAQ page. You are almost certain to find the answer there.
 
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Are you using SendMail server ?
 
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No I have mail.jar in the classpath ..And i sent the mail through the mail server of the web hosting server.

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