That's an HTML email.  Those are HTML tags.  If you were trying to
process into a Physical file, you would just ignore that stuff.

We process emails with TXT attachments all the time.  You just look for
the line where it says *Begin attachment" or whatever.

You can try to have the user or system send the email as plain text.
Will make it much easier to read through.

Art Tostaine, Jr.
CCA, Inc.
Jackson, NJ 08527


-----Original Message-----
Subject: Decode e-mail?
When I look at e-mail sitting on the IFS, I see things like "<TABLE
cellSpacing=3D5 cellPadding=3D0 width=3D695 border=3D0>". However, this
stuff is fine once retrieved by my mail client. I'm working on an
application that processes mail straight from the IFS. How do I decode
this stuff?
Zak Metz


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