JavaMail through the exchange server

I'm using these :

OS Win2k prof.
DB : Oracle (Oracle Workflow DataBase)
My mail Server : Exchange server

i create a main class using the javaMail for sending email, this class is mainly located in jar file to be used by the ORacle Workflow listner for the external java.

when i test the class on my machine the class goes fine and sending the email, but when i put it in the jar file and let all the jar files that related to this class able to see by this class. the class throw an error as the following:

"the Following Exception has been thrown: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: doPrivileged
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: doPrivileged
      at javax.mail.SecuritySupport12.getContextClassLoader(
      at javax.mail.Session.loadAllResources(
      at javax.mail.Session.loadProviders(
      at javax.mail.Session.<init>(
      at javax.mail.Session.getInstance(
return false"

When i tried to see which line is the error i found that the error is throw on this stmt:

" Session session = Session.getInstance(properties,null);   "

Plz if any one can help me in this issue asap ...


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it seems that Oracle Workflow engine has an Older JDK that dosn'y support Java mail libraries, what is Oracle workflow JDK version?

if it is old their is a work arround to solve this problem

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samersAuthor Commented:
The JDK version is 1.3.1_01 which I think is supporting JAVA Mail API's.
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