Scott, you da man. Before I dive into this, with your experience and
knowledge in this area, would you say I'm heading into a tough battle
here and should find existing code to somehow "retrieve" the mail item
all sorted out, or is this a reasonable search-and-replace exercise?
Thank you!

        -----Original Message----- 
        From: Scott Klement [mailto:klemscot@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
        Sent: Tue 3/23/2004 2:50 PM 
        To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion 
        Subject: RE: Decode e-mail?

        Sounds like quoted-printable encoding...  =3D would be inserted
where it
        wants ASCII x'3D' to be inserted.  Other =XX codes can also be
        where XX is the hex ASCII code to insert.  If the last character
of a line
        is "=" then the line should be joined with the next line before
        it to a user...
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