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Hello,

I am facing a problem with my JavaMail, My program reads the MailMessages from a E-mail id (Lotus Notes) and using IMAP protocol. This program is a Email Listener which reads email and process the data.

If I have 3 mails in my inbox (which is LotusNotes Supported) as follows.

Email 1:
*******
Subject: Ayyanar1
Body: This is first Message

Email 2:
*******
Subject: Ayyanar2
Body: This is Second Message

Email 3:
*******
Subject: Ayyanar3
Body: This is Third Message

When the EmailListener reads these messages to process them, it get the Message as follows (The Message Objects). The Issue is that the Subject of the Subsequent messages uses the previous messages's subject. Only the Subject is getting changed

Email 1:
*******
Subject: Ayyanar1
Body: This is first Message

Email 2:
*******
Subject: Ayyanar1
Body: This is Second Message

Email 3:
*******
Subject: Ayyanar2
Body: This is Third Message


I need Help in fixing this issue. Thanks in Advance,
Inr
 
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Seeing the code that produces this output would definitely help us help you.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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