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Get mail-attachment out of winmail.dat

Posted on 2004-10-15
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Hi everybody!

I want to save a mail's attachment automatically using procmail.
Mails in RTF-format are arriving as winmail.dat-attachments.

Any idea how to get the attachment from the original mail?
If there is some program out there, I will also need some assistance when compiling!!!

thx
michi
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thx

even compiled on AIX on the first try!!!!!

exactly what I nedded!
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