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A bug was fixed in this area recently. Please try JavaMail 1.4.6 or newer.
If that doesn't solve the problem, make sure the header has whitespace between the "?="
that ends one encoded part and the "=?" that starts the next encoded part. If it doesn't,
that's a bug in the program that created the message. Try setting the "mail.mime.decodetext.strict"
System property to "false" to work around this bug in the message formatting.
I tried setting "mail.mime.decodetext.strict" to false,but it is not working.
while I am trying to get filename, it throws javax.mail.internet.ParseException: Unbalanced quoted string .
Also I tried working with the newer version of javamail, but the result is same.
Please help or provide any workaround for this issue.