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Setting flags in javax.mail package .

vikas tarade
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Joined: Oct 06, 2001
Posts: 5
When a mail is read from the mailbox using
message.getContent() method,the flag(ie.SEEN)was set to true as
message.setFlag(Flags.flag.SEEN,true);
then the folder is closed.
When i return to the folder again the flag on the read message is found to be false.It is not getting set in the saved folder.
So how can I set the flag to true permanently.
Please reply urgently.
thanks
vikas tarade.
Lewin Chan
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Joined: Oct 10, 2001
Posts: 214
If using the Sun POP3 provider, then a message's permanent flags (such as SEEN/RECENT) cannot be set. You can have a look at the sundocs supplied in the JavaMail api to see the exact details of the POP3 implementation.
Alternatively, you coulddo a message.saveChanges() to commit the changes

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rayFancyD leeD
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Joined: Jul 23, 2003
Posts: 2
i opened the folder in Folder.Read_Write mode,then i do msgs[i].saveChanges(), but i met problem and the error message is : javax.mail.IllegalWriteException OP3 Messages are read-only. what could i do to make the change permanent ?


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