IMimeBodyW interface

I want to use the unicode versions for IMimeMessage, IMimeBody etc.. (IMimeMessageW, IMimeBodyW)..but I wasn't able to find them in mimeole.h header. I'm wondering if I have to update this header and the corresponding idl file and if is so from where should I update them?

Thanks
sparkythedogAsked:
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jkrCommented:
According to the docs (see e.g. http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/OutlookExpress/oe/reference/ifaces/imimemessage/settextbody.asp), these interface already work with UNICODE:

      #define SZ_TEXT_BODY L" Hi!!!\n\n\n -BryanSt"
      pStreamTemp = SHCreateMemStream((BYTE *)SZ_TEXT_BODY,
                                              sizeof(SZ_TEXT_BODY));
      if (pStreamTemp)
      {
         hr = pMessage->SetTextBody(TXT_PLAIN, IET_UNICODE, hBody,
                                               pStreamTemp, NULL);
         pStreamTemp->Release();
      }
      hr = pMessage->Commit(0);

All you need to do is setting 'ietEncoding' to 'IET_UNICODE'.
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sparkythedogAuthor Commented:
The thing is I have to get the name of the attached file and I'm using the following method:

LPSTR pstrAttachName;
pMimeBody->GetDisplayName( &pstrAttachName )

if the attached filename contains unicode characters, the pstrAttachName will contain this: ??????.jpg and not the unicode characters.

The project is compiled for UNICODE.

thanks
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jkrCommented:
That probably is related to you locale.
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