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Sending mail to lotus notes server

Hi All;
I am very new to lotus notes and I am trying to send a email through lotus notes server but I am getting the following exception:
"4271 Password or other security violation for database"

I have installed the Lotus Notes client on my m/c ver. 5.0.3. and I am trying to connect to remote server
Here is the Code that i using
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import lotus.domino.*;

public class SendLotusMail extends AgentBase {    
public static void main(String args[]) {
          String userID = "uid";

          String pwd = "passwd";
          String serverName = "server_name";
          String mailfile = "mail_file";
          try {
               NotesThread.sinitThread();
               String x = null;
               Session session = NotesFactory.createSession(x, x, pwd);
               Database db = session.getDatabase(server_name, mailfile);
               Document email = db.createDocument();
               email.appendItemValue("From","the junk address");              
               email.appendItemValue("Subject", "Test Secure E-Mail ");
               email.appendItemValue("ReturnReceipt", "1");
               //add attatchment
               RichTextItem rtitem = email.createRichTextItem("Body");
               rtitem.embedObject(
                    EmbeddedObject.EMBED_ATTACHMENT,
                    null,
                    "C:\\Windows\\15658.pdf",
                    "15658");

               email.setSignOnSend(true);
               email.sign();
               email.send(true,"recepient mail address ");
          } catch (NotesException e) {              
               
               System.out.println("Exception--->" + e.id + " " + e.text);
          }

     }
}
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RanjeetRainCommented:
try changing this line
        Session session = NotesFactory.createSession(x, x, pwd);
to
        Session session = NotesFactory.createSession(serverName, userID, pwd);





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qwaleteeCommented:
Hi arun2702,
>      NotesThread.sinitThread();
>                String x = null;
>                Session session = NotesFactory.createSession(x, x, pwd);


Limit your initial try block to those three statements, then try successive statments in their own try blocks, so you can diagnose which statment is giving an access violation.  You might also try recording session.getEffectiveUserName() to see if your login ID is what you expect, then use the Notes client with the ID file that matches that login to do the equivalent operations...

    - create a memo
    - set subject text
    - set the return receipt option, signature
    - embed a file in the message body
    - send

Note that you should have a replaceItemValue("Form","Memo")... and that replaceItemValue is much preferable to appendItemValue.

Cheers!
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qwaleteeCommented:
Good catch Ranjeet!  I didn't even notice that he weirded out that call.
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RanjeetRainCommented:
Thanks Qwaletee!
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arun2702Author Commented:
Thanks a ton for ur replies , after modifying the code for Form
I am getting following error:
"Configuration setting for Server either missing or Invalid"

can u help me solve it.......
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RanjeetRainCommented:
Check your server document. Or it may be due to corruption???
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qwaleteeCommented:
You would only get that if a Domino server tried to start up, and teh ID it started up with did not have a server settings document in the directory.  Now, perhaps you are trying to do something on your workstation that makes Domino think you are trying to run a server process?
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