I don't know much about what appears in email, but a few thoughts.

unless you're trying to reformat the email EXACTLY as it would appear in a
client, I'd replace anything and everything that appears between "< and >"
(including the ") with a CRLF, and process the rest of the email as
unformated text.

it appears that the '3D' stuff is some way of escaping a value somehow.
i'm sure it's not taken literally anyway - take away the 3D from those html
name value pairs, and you have very valid html formatting values.


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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

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