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Message from Andrew R

From:Philip Draper Date:14 Sep 2018 18:59
Replies: Re: Message from Andrew R (Richard Porter)

Hello,

Andrew Rawnsley asks me to post this on the Messenger list. I sent him the 
complete original email that was the 'starter' for the thread.

Philip.
___________________________________________________________________

Hi Philip,

If you could post the following to the MPro list for me, that'd be helpful 

for others...



The actual problem/solution here is that the whole email (textual message
plus HTML version) has be added as an attachment to a base email.  This
"base" email just says "Sent from samsung tablet".

The attachment (which contains the real message, both as text and HTML) is 

identified only as an "application/eml" file which isn't in any of the
standard "lookup" databases (ie. MimeMap file).  As a result, it is shown
as "data".

To fix this, the best solution is to add application/eml to MimeMap file.  

First, find your MimeMap file - it can be in a few different places.
Easiest is to press menu over !Boot on main drive, then go   "App !Boot -> 

Find" then type in "MimeMap" (no quotes) and press return.  It should find 

the MimeMap file inside !Boot for you.

MimeMap is a text file.  Open it by double clicking it - it'll load into
!Edit or your favourite text editor.

Look through the file until you see a selection of lines beginning
application/

Choose a suitable point in that block, and position the caret so that you
can add a new line (ie. click at the start of a line, then press return).

Now type in the following (or copy/paste it):

     application/eml   Email  b86 .eml


Strictly, those three gaps (after /eml, Email and b86) are tab characters
which will show in !Edit as [09].  Do NOT type [09] though, as it is a
special character.  Instead, highlight and copy one of the ones on other
lines in the file.  In my copy, I have three after /eml, two after Email
and one after b86.

Save the file (F3, return) and reboot.

Application/eml files should then be recognised by Mpro and other
software.


Best wishes,

Andrew


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-- 
Philip Draper

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Old address: Philip@... still works 

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