|Subject:||Re: Reading incoming messages|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Tue, 8 Jun 2004|
"Rhys Sage" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I'm trying to read an incoming, mime-encoded email.
> I'm using the following:
For future reference, always specify which version of Indy you are actually
using. In this case, your code is trying to use a PartType property. That
only exists in Indy 10.
> if (IdMessage1.MessageParts.Items[PartCounter].PartType is TIdText) then
That is not the property way to test the PartType. It should be this
if (IdMessage1.MessageParts.Items[PartCounter].PartType = mptText) then
If you want to compare against TIdText then you have to query the Item
instance itself, not its PartType property:
if (IdMessage1.MessageParts.Items[PartCounter] is TIdText) then
You have to cast the Item to a TIdText in order to get at its textual
> Also are there any other, aside from TIdAttachment?
Not at the moment. However, there may be a new TIdTNEF type introduced at a
future date, to handle MS Office TNEF-encapsulated messages. But that
coding is still in the works.
Reading incoming messages posted by Rhys Sage on Tue, 8 Jun 2004