Did you tried without initializing the JavaMail Session?
You don't need to create one manually, nor to tell ERJavaMail to create=20=
a session. All is done for you by default.
Those methods are provided for customization only.
Would you mind sharing your code with me so that I can check it on my=20
Did you upgraded your Wonder frameworks to what is in the CVS=20
On Thursday, Nov 21, 2002, at 23:14 Europe/Paris, Fred Wells wrote:
> I have mail.jar is in my extensions directory.
> Frederick Wells
> Capps Digital
> 55 W Wacker
> Chicago, IL
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