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Default Reading MailBox Attachments Using JMail

Hi Friends,

I am developing an application for reading mailbox contents(From,To,Subject,Body,Attached Files) using "JMAIL"

I haved succeded in reading all contents except "Attached Files".

Also needed to save the attached file to specific location.

Please Help.


Nilesh Patil.
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