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r.vanlaake  
#1 Posted : Friday, November 9, 2012 12:28:30 AM(UTC)
r.vanlaake

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Hi,

Email gets downloaded to the folder INBOX. Attachments (like a PDF file) go into a subfolder, named after the email file. However, for some emails I also see a seperate htm file, and that does not go into the subfolder. For example:

-- INBOX
---- 2012110815001214582
---- 2012110815001214582.eml
---- 2012110815001214582.htm

In folder 2012110815001214582 you can find the file TEST.PDF

First question: why is there a 2012110815001214582.htm file? Only a few of the downloaded emails have it. It's a htm representation of the eml, nothing more.

Second question: is it possible to have the 2012110815001214582.htm stored in the 2012110815001214582 folder automatically?

Thanks!
Raymond
ivan  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, November 13, 2012 10:08:31 AM(UTC)
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r.vanlaake wrote:
Hi,

Email gets downloaded to the folder INBOX. Attachments (like a PDF file) go into a subfolder, named after the email file. However, for some emails I also see a seperate htm file, and that does not go into the subfolder. For example:

-- INBOX
---- 2012110815001214582
---- 2012110815001214582.eml
---- 2012110815001214582.htm

In folder 2012110815001214582 you can find the file TEST.PDF

First question: why is there a 2012110815001214582.htm file? Only a few of the downloaded emails have it. It's a htm representation of the eml, nothing more.

Second question: is it possible to have the 2012110815001214582.htm stored in the 2012110815001214582 folder automatically?

Thanks!
Raymond





Because the sample uses web browser control to display the email, so if you click an email in the listview, it will convert the email to html and display it in web browser.

Yes you can save the html file in sub folder, you just need to change the file path in the source code.

Any problem, please kindly contact me
Ivan Lui
AdminSystem Technical Support Team
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