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Hi I am new to javamail API. I added mail.jar and activation.jar in my jre/lib/ext.But still when I am trying to run programs I am getting an error of java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError in main .. can anyone help !! i really need to begin up coding as the deadline's approaching

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You should added the library through your IDE not to mess with Java installation. For example in Netbeans from main menu choose Tools >> Java Platforms . Select a platform you want to add resources for example JKD1.6, select Sources tab and click on Add JAR/Folder. Through file chooser you will navigate to the location of the JAR file and select it.

Similar process is available on every IDE that I used so far

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