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Java Network Q&A » Email » activation 

1. com.sun.mail.handlers.text_plain cannot be cast to javax.activation.DataContentHandler    stackoverflow.com

I'm upgrading from ColdFusion 8 to ColdFusion 9. I have a Java class that I call from CF which reads and parses the contents of an mbox mailbox file. The class ...

2. Sending required mail content using mail.jar and activation.jar    stackoverflow.com

Am using mail.jar and activation.jar as classpath and have programmed a automatic mail sending and it works fine. In my program, the content is declared as a String. But my requirement is, ...

3. ant mail task using mail and activation jar in external location    stackoverflow.com

I have following ant mail task -

<target name="sendtestreport" > 
    <mail mailhost="smtp.com" mailport="1025" subject="Test build" >
        <from address="test@gmail.com" />   ...

4. Account registration and email activation    coderanch.com

Hi, I'm attempting to implement the following use case: 1. User goes to web page and enters email address and password 2. System assigns unique token to this user and sends an email to supplied address. This email contains an activation link that includes the unique token for this user 3. User clicks on link in email and their account is ...

5. Javamail and Java Activation Framework in the project structure    forums.oracle.com

Hi Can nebody suggest me where should i place the java mail and the Java Activation Framework in the project structure of My Eclipse 6.0 Wat i need to do is to send an email from server side using java mail API I have two system in which i want to use one as a mail sender system and the other ...

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