I'm mainly using Rebex in an ASP.NET web application, to parse *.eml files downloaded from a third party system called inContact.
It's a very useful product and I simply love it! I've learned WAY more about the MIME format than I ever wanted to :)
The problem I'm running into has to do with RTF emails containing embedded images. HTML formatted emails with embedded images are working just fine. I replace the image link (cid:) with image data (data:) and everything looks great. (example here) But, with an RTF *.eml file, the images just appear as a period, no image at all.
Is there something else I need to do for RTF embedded images to convert the linked resource content stream into a data string?
My email body looks like it's getting formatted correctly. The image data does look a little different though, in an RTF email versus an HTML email. It's has a LOT fewer characters. It almost looks as if it's been compressed or something.
I've done a great deal of searching on the interwebs with no luck. The only thing I could find was something about it being an encrypted format or an OLE object, that may require Redemption and RDOAttachment to decrypt.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.