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I'm using CkEmail with the C++ Chilkat library.

Is there any sample code that can cleanly format message attachment headers (content type message/rfc822) in HTML format, for appending to main email body?

I need to first add a divider, like so:

----- Message from "John" <john@doe.com> on 8/9/1023 12:59:59 GMT ----

After that, I need to cleanly print the "To" recipients, and the subject:

To: Foo, Bar, Candy
Subject: Fw: Some Email Subject

I could do all of this myself but it's a lot of logic. I wanted to see if there is something I could use first...


asked Nov 27 '12 at 16:12

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edited Nov 27 '12 at 16:13

I don't have any sample code. It may be tedious, but it's very simple code to write...


answered Nov 27 '12 at 19:52

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I don't know how busy you are, but could you create a sample in the C++ documentation? It would greatly help...

(Nov 28 '12 at 10:35) rcdailey
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