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ADODB.Stream is injecting line-breaks when read, why?

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Although an ADODB question, I am using C#, so here I go.

I am trying to use the ADODB Stream object to extract content from a body
part of an MHTML formatted document. I can save the raw information and see
what it looks like. Now, when I go to do some extra processing, I need to
load the contents a body part using the code below. This is a general
method that should work for all body part. One of those body parts that I
need to process is HTML. The problem is that when I call ReadText, the
stream formats the text so that there is a CRLF after about 50 characters.
This is not good. How can I get back the exact HTML content using the ADODB

private ContentPartInfo PackageContent(IBodyPart bodyPart)


ContentPartInfo info = new ContentPartInfo();

info.MimeType =


info.TransferEncoding =


info.Content =

bodyPart.GetEncodedContentStream().ReadText((int)S treamReadEnum.adReadAll);

return info;


Nov 15 '05 #1
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