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How do I get rid of header info from javamail messages?

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Hello,

I am using javamail from a jsp to send an email to multiple people (To and Cc).

Works fine, except that the emails are received with the following at the beginning of the body of the email:

Cc: john.doe@nist.gov
Cc: sue.doe@nist.gov
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

How can I get rid of at least the Mime and Content headers fro the body of the text message?

Thanks
Keith

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Those headers should not be in the body part of the message but in the header part of the message.

I haven't experienced any such issues.  If you post your code and the resulting message (full source - including headers) then we may be able to track down the problem.

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by:keithedward
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Also, Is there anyway to tell javamail to send the message even if there are invalid email addresses?

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by:keithedward
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yeah, I had a \n where it shouldn't have been ... thanks...

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