Thank Philipp, I recognized that. What's throwing me is the sporadic "3D"s and missing closing double quotes (which do appear in when the mail is downloaded to the client). Thank you! -----Original Message----- From: Philipp Rusch [mailto:philipp.rusch@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Tue 3/23/2004 1:01 PM To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion Cc: Subject: Re: Decode e-mail? This code snippet appears to be an HTML-tag. Regards, Philipp Metz, Zak schrieb: >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? > >Thank you! >Zak Metz . NOTICE: This E-mail may contain confidential information. If you are not the addressee or the intended recipient please do not read this E-mail and please immediately delete this e-mail message and any attachments from your workstation or network mail system. If you are the addressee or the intended recipient and you save or print a copy of this E-mail, please place it in an appropriate file, depending on whether confidential information is contained in the message.
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