Method MIMEContent():getMessage() Professional
Retrieves the message body of a single part.
:getMessage() --> cMessage
The method returns the message body of a content part as character string.
The message body of a content part can be plain text or binary information originating from file attachments, for example. This can be determined via the content type of a part. If the method :getFileName() returns a file name, :getMessage() returns the contents of the attached file.
When returning text content, the returned character string is automatically converted to the character set used by the application (ANSI or OEM). This automatic conversion is performed only if the content uses a compatible charset.
|Content charset||Return value|
|Charset corresponding to system locale, eg. "Windows-1252"||ANSI or OEM string depending on SET CHARSET setting|
|UTF-8||ANSI or OEM string depending on SET CHARSET setting|
|ISO or other charset||Raw data/no conversion|
If you see anything in the documentation that is not correct, does not match your experience with the particular feature or requires further clarification, please use this form to report a documentation issue.