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Hi guys,

I'm trying to access Lotus Notes from a Java program.

I got this exception when I try to create a session using this following code:

and I get a FileNotFoundException:

what does it mean?

Also is it possible for Lotus Notes to access other mail servers other than Domino server?
[ March 10, 2006: Message edited by: vivien siu ]
 
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I'm moving this to Other Java Products and Servers, as Notes is not a Sun Java API.
 
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first of all why you need to mention "I'm not available, my BF's name is WORK."

this cause by the compiler cannot found you file. you make sure you file is store at the same place that you compile
 
vivien siu
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LOL!!! It's just my signature. Got nothing to do with the question itself

what do you mean by "store at the same place I compile"? but I'm doing a remote call to the mail server that is not located in my pc.
 
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you make sure that the file that you store in remote machine is on the right path that the java can find.

vivien siu where are you from???
 
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icic... anyway I found out it was more of an authorization problem. I do not have the permission to access it. Problem will probably be solved after they grant me access to it

Hi Albert, I'm from Malaysia. How about you?
 
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I'm also from malaysia. if you don mind can your giv me your email address. we make a friend?
 
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Hi Albert, you can get my email address from the email link inside each post I created.

or here: viviensiu@gmail.com
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