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Default Folder listener: It works with mails, but not with PINs

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we have implemented a FolderListener/MessageListener.
It works very well with mails, does not work with PINs though.
As we inted to work with PINs this is quite unfortunate.
We are still waiting for a reply from RIM so i decided to give the forum a try

hope somebody comes up with an idea
attached is the complete class

public class InboxService implements FolderListener, MessageListener {

	private Store store;

	public InboxService() {
		try {
			Session session = Session.waitForDefaultSession();
			Logger.debug("InboxService.init() - session: " + session.getServiceConfiguration().getEmailAddress());
			store = session.getStore();
			Logger.debug("InboxService.init() - Listener added to store");
		} catch (Exception e) {
			Logger.error("InboxService.init()", e);
		Logger.debug("InboxService.init() - done");

	public void destroyInboxService() {
		if (store != null) {

	private void processEvent(Message message) {
		if (message.isInbound() && message.getSubject().startsWith("DURCHBRUCH:")) {
			Object content = message.getContent();
			if (content instanceof BodyPart) {
				BodyPart bodyPart = (BodyPart) content;
				if (bodyPart.hasMore()) {						Logger.debug("InboxService.processEvent() - Message has more parts");
					if (!bodyPart.moreRequestSent()) {						message.addMessageListener(this);
						try {
							Transport.more(bodyPart, true);
						} catch (Exception e) {
							Logger.error("InboxService.processEvent()", e);
				} else {
					Logger.debug("InboxService.processEvent() - Removed MessageListener");
					try {
						if (message.getMessageType() == Message.PIN_MESSAGE) {
							Dialog.alert("Message received: " + message.getSubject());
					} catch (Exception e) {
						Logger.error("InboxService.processEvent() - processing message failed", e);
					try {
						Folder folder = message.getFolder();
						Logger.debug("InboxService.processEvent() - Deleted Message with subject: " + message.getSubject());
					} catch (Exception e) {
						Logger.error("InboxService.processEvent() - Deleting message failed", e);

	public void changed(MessageEvent event) {

	public void messagesAdded(FolderEvent event) {

	public void messagesRemoved(FolderEvent event) {
		// nothing todo
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