|Subject:||My final conclusion?|
|Posted by:||Perry Kappetein (someo…@hotmail.com)|
|Date:||Sat, 9 Apr 2005|
ok, first thanks to all the people who are patient with me..
I got confused with some things that people were talking about, but that was
Indy9 talk, and I was using Indy 10
so that explains the whole ParseXover story.
So, if I have everything correct...
1. You have to combine the parts for a file that is spread over 10 Mg's.
and do that by recognizing the Subject line.
2. There will be only a Arefence if it's a Reply to another Msg.
I still have in mind, and I amgoing through my database
that someone stated that if a file is split up in 10 msg's. all these
references where in a field in each msg. so you only
need to look for those parts. and combine them together... that's why my
number 1 question/answer.
This is the part where someone stated
> I am working on a news program, but after getting all the
> headers how do you determ which part belongs to the
> other i.e. a picture is in 3 parts [1/3] [2/3] and [3/3]
>Use the References header. The is the only standard way that messages
>to each other. Anything beyond that requires parsing of non-standard
But References Header is empty only the AExtraData contains information
AReferences will only contain a value if it's a Reply to that msg., and NOT
a indication that it belongs to a part [1/3] or [2/3] or [3/3]