IsInline Property

True, if the attachment is an inline object (such as image related in html-formatted body), and False if the attachment was explicitly attached to the message (such as attached zip file).

Inline objects are used to correctly display message body (images, sounds, style-sheets, javascripts, etc.), while non-inline objects usually correspond to documents, archives, programs (n.b.: all files considered to be attachments from user's point of view).

Value Type: Boolean
Parameters: None 
Remarks: This property is read-only

Usage example:

Dim Mailer, Msg, Attach
'Using visual basic to create object
Set Mailer = CreateObject("MailBee.POP3")
'Using ASP to create object
'Set Mailer = Server.CreateObject("MailBee.POP3")
'In ASP use Response.Write instead of MsgBox
Mailer.LicenseKey = "put your license key here"
Mailer.Connect "", 110, "MyName", "MyPassword"
If Mailer.Connected Then
  If Mailer.MessageCount > 0 Then
    Set Msg = Mailer.RetrieveSingleMessage(1)
    If Not Msg Is Nothing Then
      For Each Attach In Msg.Attachments
        If Attach.IsInline Then
          MsgBox "Inline Attachment (related in the message body)"
          MsgBox "Ordinary Attachment (attached by the user)"
        End If
    End If
  End If
End If

See Also:

Filename Property
PureContentID Property
SaveFile Method

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