by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2005/04/01 20:49 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2005/04/01/404840.aspx
As long as I am linking the hell out of things this evening....
Dean Harding (a faithful reader and commenter of this blog), pointed out a problem with CDO and UTF-7 that has me wondering what the heck they are doing, too. He does post how he was able to work around it, in any case.
As he says: "I was having problems when trying to load an email message that contained body-parts encoded with the "unicode-1-1-utf-7" encoding. This encoding seems to be most popular with DSN (delivery status notification) messages, but theoretically any mail client should be able to encode with that encoding."
Thought I'd link to it for anyone who was interested....
And next time I decide to do this I will try combining several links into one post. Don't let the number of posts fool you, I am still feeling my way around this whole blogging thing. :-)
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