[Mono-list] Re: Encoding email message ??
roman at roman.org
Tue Dec 27 15:36:43 EST 2005
Sure, but to get to those "headers" I must already have
System.Net.Sockets.NetworkStream with some encoding. Are you sure it is
possible to dynamically change encoding of NetworkStream?
Robert Jordan wrote:
> Mail message headers use to have a Content-Type which also contains
> the encoding of the message. So you have to parse the headers
> first, then use the specified encoding to decode the message.
>> Im having similar problem. I have written my own mail server and
>> encoding is killing me. If messages are in Unicode everything is ok,
>> but in case of any other encoding characters just disappear. :-(
>> If you will find some useful information how to work around this
>> problem, please let me know.
>> In my opinion problem is in the way how I use
>> Salvatore Scarciglia wrote:
>>> Hello !
>>> Using the System.Net.Sockets.TcpClient i'm reading my POP3 inbox
>>> mail; I want
>>> to convert (encode ??) the message in HTML and render it in a gtkhtml
>>> created at runtime.
>>> It's all ok except the encoding phase. Ho can I do ? Is there a class
>>> in the framework that can help me?
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