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Can't find "javax.mail.*" in Eclipse, how should I fix this?

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I noticed that in Eclipse IDE, I can't find javax.mail package API class. I probably am missing some other packages that I didn't know where or how it disappeared.

I have obtained the latest Java SE 6 stable release, update 25. Did a reinstall. Yet it didn't fix the problem. So, I'm confused. Thanks in advance.

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I noticed that in Eclipse IDE, I can't find javax.mail package API class. I probably am missing some other packages that I didn't know where or how it disappeared.

I have obtained the latest Java SE 6 stable release, update 25. Did a reinstall. Yet it didn't fix the problem. So, I'm confused. Thanks in advance.

You need the Java Mail library. You can get it from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javamail/index-138643.html and you need to add it to your projects build path.

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[quote name='tom_mai78101' timestamp='1305728824' post='4812528']
I noticed that in Eclipse IDE, I can't find javax.mail package API class. I probably am missing some other packages that I didn't know where or how it disappeared.

I have obtained the latest Java SE 6 stable release, update 25. Did a reinstall. Yet it didn't fix the problem. So, I'm confused. Thanks in advance.

You need the Java Mail library. You can get it from http://www.oracle.co...dex-138643.html and you need to add it to your projects build path.
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Thanks!

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