Represents a message bodypart, which is one instance of possible several pieces of information associated with a single message.
This class represents a Forwarded Message bodypart.
This class represents a File Transfer bodypart.
This class represents a General Text bodypart.
This class represents a IA5Text bodypart.
This class represents a Teletex bodypart.
Result of a LIST operation on a connection to a P7 Message Store.
Abstracts the connection used for submission to a P3 channel and/or P7 message store The documentation in the examples here refer to P3 channel.
Abstracts the connection to a P7 Message Store
Message read from a P7 Message Store or the MTA via P3
Provides a class that abstracts the recipient of a message.
Creates an X.400 message, preparing it to send it to the P3 channel or the P7 Message Store.
Available charsets to use for General Text bodyparts
The status of a message in a Message Store mailbox can be one of three:
NEW - Never been fetched or listed
LISTED - It has been listed, but not fetched
FETCHED - The message has already been fetched
The originator or a message can request the MTA to generate a delivery report for a particular recipient.
There are six standard values for military message priority in X.400.
Represents one of the message types (message, report, probe or submitted message).
There are three standard values for message priority in X.400.
A class representing an exception which can be thrown as a result of an attempt to use an illegal Distinguished Name or Relative Distinguished Name
Thrown when a file operation fails.
Thrown when a bind attempt fails, or an attempt is made to communicate with the Message Store or MTA channel before a successful bind has been performed, or after a connection has been lost.
Base class representing exception conditions that can be thrown by the Java X.400 API classes.
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