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Hi Craig,

We were using the Email Server Simulator for our development work in receiving and sending mails from the BlackBerry device simulator. We configured the POP3 and SMTP with our MS Exchange server and then send a mail to the BlackBerry device simulator. The first time we send it we received it on the device simulator. But after that we are receiving a JVM EOFException with the error code 104. We are receiving the same exception when trying to send a mail from the BlackBerry device simulator to an external mail. Any idea about why this is happening and is there any solution for this ?

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Hi Rajeev.

I have seen strange JVM error's if there are more than 1 version of Java installed. Sometimes it is best to make only 1 available. This can affect the Email Sim, MDS Sim., and BB Sim.

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Hi Craig,

We are using BlackBerry JDE 4.0.2 and JRE 1.4.2, which are the latest versions available. Could this be the problem ?

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Hi Rajeev.

Probably not. Did you edit the properties file as described in the book to rectify the known email sim bug?

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