| On Wed, 20 Jan 1999, Stephen Perkins wrote:
| > Unfortunately, the attachments generated by outlook don't use
| > mulit-part MIME. Instead, the attachments are inlined as a bunch of
| > uuencoded blocks. Mhonarc does not recognize them as attachments.
| That is because these are NOT attachments according to email standards.
MS uses a botch called TNEF (for "Transport-Neutral Encapsulation
Format"). I had the same problem when I moved all my mail out of Outlook
using IMAP... the attachments are locked up in that proprietary format.
Getting them out again won't be easy. I tried to write a utility that
would translate them to standard MIME, but even with some help from the
MAPI documentation on the MSDN CDs it was clear it would take a long
time to crack the code. I can't find anyone else on the 'net that has
tried it. It sure would be useful!
| It is possible to configure Outhouse to send mail in more Internet
| friendly ways, although it takes a bit of work.
Unfortunately, this doesn't solve the problem of rescuing two years'
history in your Outlook mail folders. :-(
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