[thelist] Is AspPop3 the way to go?

Ken Schaefer ken at adOpenStatic.com
Tue Feb 25 19:19:01 CST 2003

Sorry - I'll clarify: I was just speaking in general.

A particular component may implement an interface which allows you to
programmatically manipulate attachments (for example, save them to disk).

I haven't used JMail for POP3, so I haven't read that part of the manual.
But, it does seem to provide an attachment class that you can use to save
the file to disk.

For Each objAttachment in objMessage.Attachments

    objAttachment.SaveToFile "c:\incomingAttachments\" & objAttachment.Name



From: "Christian Anderson" <chris at jobdragon.com>
Subject: RE: [thelist] Is AspPop3 the way to go?

: JMail V4 looks pretty good, but the $145 price tag is kind of putting me
: off.
: From reading through the examples there, it looks like its handling the
: attachments itself, and then saving them to whatever directory you specify
: right?  In that case, it wouldn't be necessary to use the ADO Stream
: And to answer your question, yes its a binary file that I am planning on
: attaching.


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