Reading Outlook using delphi 5

Posted on 2006-05-18
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Ive written an app that allow staff to get email from outlook. when using NMPOP31.GETMAILMESSAGE and
put the NMPOP31.MailMessage.Body.Text into a memo i get strings with = at the end how do i remove the =

the string looks like this

text='This is a test for out='#$D#$A'look'#$D#$A'

if want the string to read 'This is a test for outlook'

Question by:Kevinfeening
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    I think a 3rd party add-in will be helpful in this case. There are many, just google it. Anyways check


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