While reading mails from the Outlook(Office365). And trying to read MailMessage.getDate() or getLocalDate() is returning the date in the timezone of the server on which the application is deployed. I would like to get the Date in the timezone of the mailbox configured. Or atleast the timezone information in which the mailbox is configured to. Please suggest some way to implement this.
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Thanks for the response.
Just explaining my requirements:
While reading the mails from Outlook(Office365) account in the Java program can we get:
- The timezone of the sender’s email in the MailMessage class (if there is someother way also that would do) or
- Timezone the mailbox is running in.
1st is a preferred solution but 2nd will also do.
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