JavaMail & MimeUtility.encode(). Need help using different encodings.

I need to be able to use(send) using specific encodings, for example qp or 8bit.
How do I use MimeMessage & MimeUtility to achieve this? I do not understand the docs at all.
Can you point me to some docs on the internet having examples?
jerraAsked:
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jerraAuthor Commented:
Thanks! Unfortunately there were no samples using the MimeUtility.encode()   (OutputStream) on any of the links, though there were other stuff there that is worth reading.
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TimYatesCommented:
http://www.kickjava.com/?http://www.kickjava.com/974.htm

Shows how to use MimeUtility.encode with an output stream...

(though this shows it being used with SHA encryption)
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jerraAuthor Commented:
Thanks! That was exactly what I was looking for.
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TimYatesCommented:
:-)  Good luck!!

Tim.
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