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Sending a X509Certificate with JavaMail attachment

 
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I have a java.security.cert.X509Certificate object that I want to send via e-mail.
How do I wrap this object in an e-mail attachment?

Would this work:


Most examples I have seen uses the following attachment method, but I do not have a regular file.



I found that Spring offers some JavaMail implementations:
Using Spring I have devised the following two solutions:

Using MimeMessagePreparator


Using MimeMessageHelper and ByteArrayResource:
 
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