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The search package provides a set of standard search terms that implement specific match criteria on Message objects. For example, SubjectTerm pattern-matches the given String with the subject header of the given message. public final class SubjectTerm extends StringTerm { public SubjectTerm(String pattern); public boolean match(Message m); } JavaMail™ API Design Specification December 2005 39 40 Chapter 6: Message Storage And Retrieval The Search Process The search package also provides a set of standard logical operator terms that can be used to compose complex search terms.

Write(c); } } December 2005 JavaMail™ API Design Specification Chapter 7: The JavaBeans Activation Framework Operating on the Content Operating on the Content The DataHandler allows clients to discover the operations available on the content of a Message, and to instantiate the appropriate JavaBeans to perform those operations. The most common operations on Message content are view, edit and print. Example: Viewing a Message Consider a Message “Viewer” Bean that presents a user interface that displays a mail message.

The FetchProfile method allows a client to list the items it will fetch in a batch for a certain message range. The following code illustrates the use of FetchProfile when fetching Messages from a Folder. The client fills its header-list window with the Subject, From, and X-mailer headers for all messages in the folder. getHeader("X-mailer")); } Folder Events Folders generate events to notify listeners of any change in either the folder or in its Messages list. The client can register listeners to a closed Folder, but generates a notification event only after that folder is opened.

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