Arno,

yes, the technique is described there - good demos indeed! Being not a big email specialist, I'm rather confused by the number of content-types appearing in different mails. Maybe I can get some valuable hint from contributors of ICS or readers of this list.

What I basically need is to extract a text part from each mail, regardless how many contents it may have. Additionally, some senders attach graphics to their mail or put it inline. This is overhead which I don't necessarily need. I need to write a program which gets mail from a POP3 server, decodes its text part on-the-fly and writes it to a text file. Possibly that text part is sent through a parser prior to writing. I've realized the POP3 part and the basic mail processing, but I'm failing on the content separation part.

Could someone please put me into the right direction? ;)

TIA,
Michael



Arno Garrels wrote:
Kochendoerfer, Michael wrote:
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A (simple) sample which addresses multipart messages would be fine ;)

Most of your questions are answered in OverbyteIcsMimeDemo.


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