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From what I heard, to use javaMail, had to set classpath=...\mail.jar replacing ...\j2ee.jar in j2ee1.4. So it works that way when I ran a java app.

Now when I am trying to call a bean from a jsp, it says: "NoClassDefFoundError: javax/mail/Message"

What gives?
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Using Tomcat?

Put the mail.jar file in

webapps/your-app/WEB-INF/lib

Don't touch the classpath
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