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decoding mail -

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I have evaluated the mime_parser (by M. Lemos) and one of the
suggested scripts listed as comments on the
imap_fetchstructure page (spam at emielmols dot info,1-Apr 2005)
to try and extract the body parts from a message that has an
attached message.

Basically it is a plain text message that is a reply to a prior
message. The prior message is within the body of the main
message as a RFC822 subtype.

The script on the imap_fetchstructure page seems to concatenate
the new message with the reply instead of separating them.
Mime_parser just puts the entire message being replied to (the
attachment) as a text string, with all headers . . .

Does anyone have suggestions of a script to separately pull out
the body parts and headers from the message and the included
message ?

Jun 3 '07 #1
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