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Need the steps for inserting Java mail API

 
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How do we add mail API in jdk6? i have downloaded the javamail1_4_5.zip but don't know how to proceed with it. Can anyone please help me out with steps of adding mail API..
 
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Ishan Pandya wrote:How do we add mail API in jdk6? i have downloaded the javamail1_4_5.zip but don't know how to proceed with it. Can anyone please help me out with steps of adding mail API..


I would be pretty easy:
- extract the zip file.
- find javamail-xxx.jar file.
- add the jar file to your project's classpath.
 
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Note this information on the JavaMail page: Besides the JavaMail JAR, you'll also need to include the JAR file for the JavaBeans Activation Framework.
 
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Only if you're using Java 5.0 or before. Since Java 6 javax.activation is included in the JRE.
 
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