Problem while fetching a mail since the mail's boundary value is not enclosed with the double quotes.

Problem while fetching a mail since the mail's boundary value is not enclosed with the double quotes.

      The mail will not be fetched/processed since the boundary value of the email is not enclosed within double quotes. javax.mail.internet.ParseException will be thrown. Emails causing this type of error will not be moved to error folder. This issue need to be addressed with the server which sends the mail since the boundary value needs to be enclosed within the double quotes.

Fix for moving mail which causing this type of issue to error folder:
      The parser exception is catched properly in the attached .fjar. Apply the attached .fjar to move these type of mail causing the error to the error folder.

Kindly click here for the steps to apply .fjar.

 The attached .fjar helps only to move mail to error folder when the mail causing above mentioned issue. Please address this error with the mail sending server to get resolved this issue (The server must send the email where the value of the boundary parameter should be enclosed within double quotes to fetch/process the mail successfully without the above mentioned error).

The attached 14105_9042327_debug.fjar file is compatible only with 14105 build.

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