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Is there a way in JavaMail to get only messages that have an Attachment?

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Hey I am new to JavaMail and have an issue that I only want to fetch emails that have an attachment. Is there a way to do that without having to download and parse the parts to all new messages? (for POP3 and IMAP)?
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Interesting, but is having a type 'multipart/*' and a part count > 0 really a garuntee that there are FILE attachments? Couldn't there just be more than one INLINE text or such?
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Yes, that could easily be too naive. You might need to perform further tests
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