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Posted By:   Joseph_D
Posted On:   Wednesday, December 19, 2001 02:48 AM

Do you know why this fails? If so, do you know how I can get around it? This is what I need to do: // Set MIME body part content type MimeBodyPart mbp = new MimeBodyPart (); mbp. setContent (_aol, "text/x-aol" ); I have tried both: setContent (_aol, "text/aol" ); setContent (_aol, "text/x-aol" ); I think since they are not part of the RFC JavaMail thinks it's an invalid content type. How do I get around this? Older versions of AOL look for this in a multipart messa   More>>


Do you know why this fails?



If so, do you know how I can get around it?



This is what I need to do:




// Set MIME body part content type

MimeBodyPart mbp = new MimeBodyPart ();

mbp. setContent (_aol, "text/x-aol" );




I have tried both:

setContent (_aol, "text/aol" );

setContent (_aol, "text/x-aol" );





I think since they are not part of the RFC JavaMail thinks it's an invalid content type.



How do I get around this?

Older versions of AOL look for this in a multipart message.



TIA,

- Joseph

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