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ServiceBook book = ServiceBook.getSB(); ServiceRecord[] records = book.findRecordsByCid("CMIME"); if (records != null) { for (int i = 0; i < records.length; ++i) { ServiceRecord record = records[i]; String name = record.getName(); int type = record.getType(); String description = record.getDescription(); // Check to see whether to use this account. If so... ServiceConfiguration config = new ServiceConfiguration(record); Session emailSession = Session.getInstance(config);
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If you already know the account you wish to use, you can retrieve it via ServiceBook.getRecordById(), ServiceBook.getRecordByCidAndUserId(), and similar methods.
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Once you have obtained an email session for the account you wish to use, you can construct and configure the message. The BlackBerry API exposes a message store that holds all messages, both incoming and outgoing. The store, in turn, contains multiple folders. You cannot create a stand-alone message; instead, you must create a message within an existing folder. Create outgoing messages within the sent folder, as shown next.
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Store msgs = Session.getDefaultInstance().getStore(); Folder[] sentFolders = msgs.list(Folder.SENT); Folder sentfolder = sentFolders[0]; Message msg = new Message(sentfolder);
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Note: The BlackBerry mail classes are located in the net.rim.blackberry.api.mail package. Observe that the list() method returns an array of folders. This allows greater flexibility with different mailbox configurations, but users are very unlikely to ever have more than one sent folder. You can safely use the first sent folder that is returned. Once you have constructed a Message, you can invoke appropriate methods on it to configure the message. These include all the options you would expect in a standard email client, including choosing recipients, setting priority, and picking a subject. Be prepared to handle an AddressException if the recipient address is malformed. You also
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have access to fields that are usually not accessible in other clients, such as configuring the date a message was sent, or requesting a read acknowledgement via a flag. The following code shows how you can programmatically write a message to a famous BlackBerry user.
Address to[] = new Address[1]; to[0] = new Address("obama@whitehouse.gov", "Barack Obama"); msg.addRecipients(Message.RecipientType.TO, to); msg.setPriority(Message.Priority.HIGH); msg.setSubject("Mission complete"); msg.setContent("The job is done. Awaiting further instructions.");
Once your message has been composed, you can send it using the Transport. A Transport handles the sending and receiving activities of a given email session. This operation may fail with a MessagingException, which can occur if the message could not be sent due to being rejected or encountering other problems.
Transport.send(msg);
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Making the basic message is straightforward, but what if you want to add attachments Most of the message construction will still happen in the same way, but instead of setting the content directly as shown above, you will need to construct a multipart message. Much like multipart MMS messages, with email you can combine a series of BodyPart objects into a Multipart container. Each BodyPart consists of a chunk of binary data and a content type. For convenience, RIM offers several Part classes to use: TextBodyPart provides a simple way to set the text in a message that also contains attachments. The content can be set with a String, and it automatically has type text/plain. SupportedAttachmentPart is a more generic kind of Part that can contain any type of content. You are responsible for setting the binary data and content type appropriately. You should also declare the file name used by the binary data. Caution: You will see several more Part subclasses in the Java API. Be aware that some of these classes are only used for incoming messages and cannot be applied when constructing an outgoing email. The following example shows how to construct and add attachments to a message. The rest of the message can be configured in the same way as in the previous example.
Multipart multipart = new Multipart(); TextBodyPart text = new TextBodyPart(multipart, "The job is done."); SupportedAttachmentPart image = new SupportedAttachmentPart(multipart, "image/jpeg", "plans.jpg", imageData); byte[] secretKey = new byte[]{17, 33, 0, 127};
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