Internet Mail Client Control FAQs/Objects/Message Object
A message I've received through the POP3Client has an attachment of type application/ms-tnef with no filename, what is it?
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In most cases the ms-tnef data will include only formatting information and can be safely ignored -indeed many mail servers can be configured to automatically remove ms-tnef sections.
If the message containing the ms-tnef data is sent in uuencoded format the uuencoded ms-tnef data will have a filename of
In general any attachment which has a mime type of
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 224817 'OL2000: Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF) Basics' has some more basic information and links to other articles about ms-tnef.
These third party links also have more information on ms-tnef: