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via Spring JIRA by Keith Donald, 2 years ago
No recipient has been provided on the MailMessage or the 'MailHeaders.TO' header.
via Spring JIRA by Keith Donald, 1 year ago
No recipient has been provided on the MailMessage or the 'MailHeaders.TO' header.
via Google Groups by Bergner, Arnold, 3 months ago
Async support must be enabled on a servlet and for all filters involved in async request processing. This is done in Java code using the Servlet API or by adding "<async-supported>true</async-supported>" to servlet and filter declarations in web.xml.
via Spring JIRA by Erik-Berndt Scheper, 2 years ago
Marshaller must support the class of the marshalled object
via Spring JIRA by Erik-Berndt Scheper, 1 year ago
Marshaller must support the class of the marshalled object
via Stack Overflow by shuvam
, 1 year ago
Message contained wrong job instance id [9331] should have been [9332].
java.lang.IllegalStateException: No recipient has been provided on the MailMessage or the 'MailHeaders.TO' header.	at org.springframework.util.Assert.state(Assert.java:384)	at org.springframework.integration.mail.MailSendingMessageHandler.applyHeadersToMailMessage(MailSendingMessageHandler.java:132)	at org.springframework.integration.mail.MailSendingMessageHandler.convertMessageToMailMessage(MailSendingMessageHandler.java:99)	at org.springframework.integration.mail.MailSendingMessageHandler.handleMessage(MailSendingMessageHandler.java:69)