Encoding: quoted-printable

Posted on 2000-04-30
Last Modified: 2008-03-06
I am trying to create an MIME 1.0 awared email program. I am looking for some vb code which can convert message into quoted-printable format and vice-versa.

Thanx for the support.
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"Description: The NetCode Control can be used to encode or decode files or strings. UUEncode as well as MIME's Base64 and Quoted-Printable formats are currently supported. "


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"MIME ISO Charset decoder functions"

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"Shareware (38819 bytes) VBX for sophisticated encoding and decoding"

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"Very fast function to encode or decode Quoted-Printable. VB6 only, but you can make it work with other versions, with a 3rd party replace function."

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