Lotus Notes and JavaMail
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Posted By:   hemali_desai
Posted On:   Wednesday, March 5, 2003 09:05 PM

AN application is in java and that generated mails to be send Lotus Notes Client. Application uses JavaMail API. When mail gets generated following information is send Content-Type: multipart/mixed ; boundary ="9565925.1034944154690.javamail.weblogic.sgsasa01" The boundary enables to define the differents parts of the email as the body and the attachment. Just before the body, there is the following definition/boundary: --9565925.1034944154690.JavaMail.weblogic.sgsasa01 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The problem is that the boundary should be different if the program (Lotus Notes i   More>>

AN application is in java and that generated mails to be send Lotus Notes Client. Application uses JavaMail API.


When mail gets generated following information is send

Content-Type: multipart/mixed ; boundary
="9565925.1034944154690.javamail.weblogic.sgsasa01"

The boundary enables to define the differents parts of the email as the body
and the attachment.
Just before the body, there is the following definition/boundary:

--9565925.1034944154690.JavaMail.weblogic.sgsasa01
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The problem is that the boundary should be different if the program (Lotus
Notes in our case) is case sensitive.
As soon as the client (Luis Dreyfus) changed the boundary (javamail instead
of JavaMail) the attachment was successfully received.




Can this be done by some property setting by client using Lotus Notes. As we are using JavaMail API package method which generated all the above information. We cannot control thro' application

Can anyone suggest me a solution to this problem.

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