Fixing the Charset on MIME Messages When Using ADODB.Stream.ReadText

We had an issue recently where the customer had written an application to process MIME messages that had body parts encoded with the koi8-r charset…or at least that’s what it said: ——_=_NextPart_001_01C9F067.D9742103 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="koi8-r" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable If you use code similar to the following, the resulting characters returned were not correct. private string ReadBodyPart()…

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MimeContent vs Mime Content

Recently, I helped a customer with an issue where they were wondering if it was essential to set the ToRecipients, CcRecipients, and BccRecipients if they were setting the same values in the MimeContent property when doing a CreateItem call in Exchange Web Services. While trying to test out the scenarios, I thought “maybe it depends…

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TNEF (Chapter 1): Basics

I’ve worked quite a few cases recently regarding problems some folks have had either reading or composing TNEF content. I’ve learned quite a bit myself as a result, and I thought I’d share. I decided I would do a series of blog posts on the topic and hopefully save some of you the time I…

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S/MIME Magic

I know it’s been a while since I posted (for all my loyal fans!) but my wife and I had a baby last month, so we’ve been busy with him. Jacob Matthew is a great kid though, so I’m not apologizing, just giving you an explanation! On to business… So recently I had a case…

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