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Re: Confused about encoding for SMTP

Subject: Re: Confused about encoding for SMTP
From: "Brent Horine"
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2005 09:22:02 -0400
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.sqlserver.notificationsvcs
I included my ADF file in my first post.  I have since removed the + 
CONVERT(nvarchar(30), GETDATE()) from the subject line to try to get this to 

SELECT * FROM NSSubscriberDevices (actual email address modified to prevent 
spam from newsgroup scavangers)
SubscriberId   DeviceName              DeviceTypeName   DeviceAddress 
Brent Horine   Fastmail Account       SMTP             EmailChannel
Brent Horine   myDevice                  SMTP   EmailChannel

I just added a temp Yahoo account.  Each one seems to behave differently, 
presumably how the web app formats the page.  Goto (you may 
have to make sure you get directed to the US version) and click mail.  Login 
with id of bhorine2 and a password of tempaccount.  You'll notice that the 
body of the alert just consists of "<" but if you click the link "Save 
Message Text" and read it in you see the message body but with spaces 
between each letter.  This is the case in Notepad with ANSI or utf-8 
encoding.  With Unicode you get funny characters again.  I'm really 


"kate" <[email protected]> wrote in message 
news:[email protected]
> so the mail server has been given a 'To' of
> To: bhorine at edited .fm
> and it has looked up the address from this name. I assume it is getting
> the 'To' field from the deviceaddress. eg in teh ADF
>            <Field>
>              <FieldName>To</FieldName>
>              <SqlExpression>DeviceAddress</SqlExpression>
>            </Field>
> What does a sample subscriber device for this subscription look like ?
> (see NSSubscriberDevices table in main) what is in the field
> deviceaddress ?
> Kate MBCS
> Alert Technologies
> Get your notification services implementation going in minutes not
> weeks ......

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