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extract mail attachements from lotus notes

 
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Hi

Can anybody suggest me java code to extract mail attachements from lotus notes.


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Smitha
 
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Hello,

I did not get exactly , what you want,

1) Whether to extract the mails from Lotus Domino Server or
2) You want to read the attachements from your local lotus replica or archive.

For first case, you can follow normal POP protocol and some Lotus specific parameters.

For second case, I think you can't do until unless you know the local replica format.

More inputs are welcome
 
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JAVA code read Lotus Notes email attachments and extracts them to a folder

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Smitha
 
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Notes has a full set of Java APIs that would probably do the job. It treats everything as databases of documents, I think, so accessing the inbin would be like any other. If you know a Notes administrator you might see if they can run down the docs and jars for you.
 
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