Method MIMEMessage():setMessage() Professional
Assigns the text body.
:setMessage( <cText> ) --> lSuccess
The method returns .T. (true) if the text could be assigned and .F. (false) otherwise.
The textual content of an e-mail must be passed as a formatted character string including carriage return/line feed characters (Chr(13)+Chr(10)), unless text formatting is left to the mail reader.
:setMessage() can perform an automatic conversion of the textual content to the character set used with the MIME message. This character set is selected using the method MimeContent:setCharset(). The behavior of :setMessage() regarding the conversion is as follows:
|Charset set via :setCharset()||Behavior|
|Charset corresponding to system locale, eg. "Windows-1252"||Automatic conversion to selected charset if application uses SET CHARSET OEM|
|UTF-8||Automatic conversion from application charset to UTF-8|
|ISO or other charset||No conversion|
|No charset specified||System locale (Windows charset) is used, automatic conversion if applicaction uses SET CHARSET OEM|
This automatic conversion can be disabled. See the method MIMEContent:setCharset() for further information.
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