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java mail API uses streaming

 
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does java mail API uses streaming? where can i get the source code to confirm this.
also i am tryign to send the mail using raw and non-raw mode.
in raw mode i can pass an input Stream to MimeMessage constructor:


In Non-raw mode, i have to do the following
Since there can be any mime type, so i have to use DataHandler and DataSource. Since the DataSource interface contracts says of providing the fresh inputStream everytime we invoke getInputStream(), we need to keep the data in the byte[] which will throw OOM for large size or documents Is there a way to avoid this?

 
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