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How to resolve Unhandled exception type javax.mail.MessagingException?

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How do I resolvethe MessagingException error for the program below  and at next to the last line"postEmailObject.postMail(recipients, subject, message, from);" is where I get a squigley line depicting an error.  In the Consle the the error reads java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem:
      Unhandled exception type javax.mail.MessagingException

      at java.lang.reflect.Constructor.newInstance(Native Method)
      at xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.TestMail.main(TestMail.java:24)(line 24  is different here because I excluded the package statement.  
Exception in thread "main"  
:
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public class TestMail {
      static String  setRay[]    = {"name@blah.com"};
      public static void main(String[] args) throws MessagingException {
            System.out.println("Begin TestSchedular");
      DocChangeChecker dockChg = new DocChangeChecker();
      String[] recipients =  setRay;
      String subject      = "Testing Batch Email frm a bat file";
      String message      = "Never fear Theodore is here";
      String from         = "name@blah.com";
      System.out.println("Past DocChangeChecker");
      //create the object first
      //then pass the arguments for the paramaters
      PostEmail postEmailObject = new PostEmail();
      postEmailObject.postMail(recipients, subject, message, from); //error here
        System.out.println("Past PostEmail");
      }
}
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Have you the mail.jar and activation.jar included in the classpath? Both are required, assuming this is using the Javamail API behind your PostEmail class.
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