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Definition at line 41 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
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@ determines if both attachments have the same url.
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the charset of the attachment. It will be added to the content-type during the /save operation omitted, will be determined automatically (if possible).
Definition at line 106 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
the origin url of the attachment, used normaly when attaching a locally saved html document.
Definition at line 80 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
the content-type of the attachment, this does not include extra content-type parameters. If need to specify extra information, use contentTypeParam, charset, macType or macCreator. ommitted, it will be determined base on either the name, the url or the content of the file.
Definition at line 89 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
the any content-type parameter (other than the content-type itself, charset, macType or macCreator). will be added to the content-type during the send/save operation.
Definition at line 97 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
the Mac file creator of the attachment. It will be added to the content-type during the /save operation omitted, will be determined automatically on Macintosh OS.
Definition at line 124 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
the Mac file type of the attachment. It will be added to the content-type during the /save operation omitted, will be determined automatically on Macintosh OS.
Definition at line 115 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
real name, will be sent with the attachment's header. no name has been provided, a name will be generated using the url.
Definition at line 49 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
set to true, the file pointed by the url will be destroyed when this object is destroyed. is only for local attachment.
Definition at line 73 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
where the attachment live (localy or remotely)
Definition at line 56 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
the Charset of url (used to convert url to Unicode after unescaping)
Definition at line 64 of file nsIMsgAttachment.idl.
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