IA9R: WebSphere Message Broker – Inbound POP3 Email Support

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This SupportPac provides a sample of how to poll a POP3 server and retrieve the email message bodies and attachments as input message of WebSphere Message Broker V6 and V6.1

Download Description

This is a sample of using JavaMail API in WebSphere Message Broker V6 or V6.1 to enable a Message Flow to poll a POP3 Email server and parse the email body or attachment using a specific WMB parser.

Possible Uses
As a custom Input Node.

New in this Release
WebSphere Message Broker V6.1 support added.

Author: Chao Wang, Application Innovation Services, Global Business Services, IBM China
Category: 2
Released: 03Jan07
Last updated: 17Mar08
Current Version: 2.0
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Java Activation Framework 1.1/JavaMail 1.4

Installation Instructions

Import the Project Interchange zip file (corresponding with your WMB version) into the workspace.

ia9r_6.0.pdf US English 371967
ia9r_6.1.pdf US English 258212

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ia9r.zip 17/03/2008 US English 1710486 HTTP

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Document information

More support for:

WebSphere Message Broker

Software version:

6.0, 6.1

Operating system(s):

AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows

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