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java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/mail/Address Exception when sending a mail from Eclipse?

 
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Hi All,

I want to send a mail from Eclipse.

I had added the mail.jar in the library.

But still I am getting the following error



The JavaX has been added in the User Libraries of Eclipse it has following Jars
javax-wsdl-1.5.1.jar
jaxrpc.jar
mail.jar
saaj.jar

and my code looks as follows




So Please help me to solve the above error

Thanks in Advance,
 
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Which folder is that java mail .jar in?
How are you setting the classpath for your application?
When I Googled for Java Mail, I found a download page where Message appears to be in mail.jar. Please confirm you have got that mail.jar file in the classpath as well.
 
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Hi,

Thanks for the Reply. I had added this jar in the eclipse --> preferences-->java-->BuildPath-->classpath variables.


But still no use, getting the same message.


Thanks in Advance.
 
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Build path and runtime path are different things; both need all jar files.
 
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