Re: viewing message .eml attachment.

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On Thu, March 18, 2021 12:43 pm, James B. Byrne wrote:
> On Thu, March 18, 2021 02:00, Paul Lesniewski wrote:
>> On Wed, March 17, 2021 4:48 pm, James B. Byrne via squirrelmail-users
>> wrote:
>>> Is there a plugin to handle these things?  I have a message
>>> encapsulated
>>> in this format and I cannot extract the contents.  Usually I download
>>> and
>>> extract using the tnef utility, but this time it says that 'Seems not
>>> to
>>> be a TNEF file'.
>> It's a normal email message, just a text file with message headers and
>> body.  If it has the right mime type assigned in the parent message,
>> SquirrelMail should handle it just fine.  Or download it and open it in
>> a
>> text editor.
> First, I was inexact in my initial description.  What I have is an .eml
> attachment that is a message that was forwarded to me.  I do not have the
> original message.  This is what Squirrelmail displays:


> I can make out the headers even if they are all run together.  But the
> message
> itself is in Base64 and this is not being translated into human readable
> text.

The person or mailer software that sent it munged the original and that's
a problem on their side.

You can just plug in the message to a base64 decoder and get the contents.
 The part you included is the beginning of a HTML formatted message.

Paul Lesniewski
SquirrelMail Team
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