Then i have to build the server from the soruce again...

this helps a lot, i tell you if it works :-) 

>From: Mark <delafran_j2ee@hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: user@geronimo.apache.org
>To: user@geronimo.apache.org
>Subject: Re: Geronimo and JavaMail
>Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 16:24:10 -0400
>
>Katia,
>
>From a previous message, Jeremy indicated that you will have to
>include a dependency on geronimo-mail.  In
>modules/assembly/src/plan/j2ee-server-plan.xml, include the
>following:
>
>    <dependency>
>        
><uri>geronimo/jars/geronimo-mail-${geronimo_version}.jar</uri>
>    </dependency>
>
>This jar contains NullTransport which send the mail message to ..
>neverland.  This will permit EJBs to send mail ...
>
>Browse Sun's web site in the J2EE section and you will find an impl
>of the JavaMail API.  It will have jar file, once you have the jar
>file, I would suggest you try the following:
>
>1. Copy the jar file to
>modules\assembly\target\geronimo-1.0-SNAPSHOT\repository\javamail\mail.jar
>2. Change the j2ee-server-plan.xml from the above to:
>
>    <dependency>
>        <uri>javamail/mail.jar</uri>
>    </dependency>
>
>3. If you look at the mail.jar file, you will find a set of files
>javamail.*.provider.  These are the definitions of the
>providers/transports.  Sun's documentation will instruct you to
>setup some system properties for these providers.  For example:
>
>mail.smtp.host=mail.apache.com
>
>A simple way to set these is on the command line:
>
>java -Dmail.smtp.host=mail.apache.com -jar bin/server.jar .....
>
>Hope this helps,
>Mark
>
>Katia Aresti Gonzalez wrote:
>
>>
>>Jeremy:
>>
>>The simplest way to switch to Sun's transport is to replace
>>geronimo-mail with the RI (javamail-1.3.2 IIRC) in the j2ee-server
>>plan. You will need to download that from Sun's site.
>>
>>Can you please explain thismore detailed? :-) I have downloades
>>javamail 1.3.2 , and i have the jars and all that, but i dont know
>>what are you speaking about really... Where do i have to put the
>>jars? where is the fail i have to remove?
>>thank you very much!!!
>>
>>Katia
>>
>>>From: Jeremy Boynes <jboynes@apache.org>
>>>Reply-To: user@geronimo.apache.org
>>>To: user@geronimo.apache.org
>>>Subject: Re: Geronimo and JavaMail
>>>Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 12:28:45 -0700
>>>
>>>Katia Aresti Gonzalez wrote:
>>>
>>>>hello everybody!!
>>>>
>>>>Ive done an applicarion with javamail, and i have deployed into
>>>>geronimo. the thing is that it doesnt give any exception, but the
>>>>email doesnt send any email. I know i have to put the jars of sun
>>>>into Geronimo. Anybody could help me with this? Where do i have
>>>>to put the jars so my application send emails?
>>>>
>>>
>>>My guess would be you are using the Null transport which just
>>>swallows emails. I think that is the default one in geronimo-mail.
>>>
>>>The simplest way to switch to Sun's transport is to replace
>>>geronimo-mail with the RI (javamail-1.3.2 IIRC) in the j2ee-server
>>>plan. You will need to download that from Sun's site.
>>>
>>>--
>>>Jeremy
>>
>>
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>>
>>
>


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