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Javamail Curiousness - LineInputStream not found - but is in classpath!

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Hello friends -

I've got an application that knows how to send mail, and it will send emails all day long if I don't try to utilize attachments.  But, if I try to attach some Mime parts, I get a ClassDefNotFound com.sun.mail.util.LineInputStream error bubble up; but I do have mail.jar and activation.jar on my classpath!  

Has anyone faced this?  

Thanks.
brian
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Maybe  you want to check sismilart story here (see at the bottom):
http://www.coderanch.com/t/458013/java/java/Exception-trying-compile-run-JavaMail
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Hi for_yan -

That's what was happening.  Weird.

Thanks.  Points awarded.

brian
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It might help to see your classpath. Place the following as the first line of main:



System.out.println(System.getProperty("java.class.path"));

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