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How to display email body using Spring?

 
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Hi, I'm a Spring beginner. Currently studying this example.
So far, it works. For every mail that arrives in my Gmail inbox, eventually the code will print new line, like this:

23:51:21.736 INFO  [pool-2-thread-1][org.springframework.integration.samples.mail.imapidle.GmailInboundImapIdleAdapterTestApp] Message: GenericMessage [payload=org.springframework.integration.mail.AbstractMailReceiver$IntegrationMimeMessage@3b1d7ac6, headers={id=5a5ac31d-203c-c324-dcda-7ed8ae9214ff, timestamp=1570639881729}]



My question is how to retrieve the body of the mail? There's this part of the code:


I guess it's probably but still not sure what's the rest.
How to solve this?
 
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OK, a little progress.


Now I'm able to read the message subjects correctly. But still no luck in reading the message body itself. I got a javax.mail.FolderClosedException when calling readPlainContent(). I guess because the inbox hasn't been opened yet.
With standard javax.mail API, I do this:


No idea how to do this with Spring...

 
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