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RE: MAPI and EDIINT
What you are seeing is likely a default mapping being performed by some
MAPI<->MIME gateway, not "MAPI" itself. What mail server/gateway and/or MAPI
service provider are you using? Exchange Server using the Internet Mail
Connector? Outlook with the POP3/SMTP IMEP provider installed locally?
Also -- how are you creating the application/edi using MAPI? Creating a MAPI
message with a single attachment and no body?
From: John Hitchins [mailto:jhitchins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, November 10, 1998 9:13 AM
To: 'CNet EDIPilot'; 'IETF EDIINT'
Subject: MAPI and EDIINT
Just a small question about the CommerceNet Interoperability tests -
The problem -
When using Microsoft MAPI to create an Internet mail message containing EDI
data you end up with a Multipart/Mixed message with one of the body parts
being the rfc1767 application/edi????
Content-Type: Multipart/Mixed; boundary=b1
Is this format of message, multipart/mixed, allowed by the CommerceNet
Interoperability tests and do any/all of the Applications being tested
Cheers for your help.
John Hitchins | Harbinger UK,
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