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How to Save URL Contents to an MHTML Archive Format

How to Save URL Contents to an MHTML Archive Format

When you save an HTML file with Internet Explorer, it saves the contents as a Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension HTML (MHTML) file, with an .mht extension. But you can easily accomplish the same result programmatically, using the CDO Message object. Here’s an example:

/// <summary>/// Saves the url to a Archive File (.mht)/// </summary>/// The URL./// The file path./// public static bool SaveWebPageToMHTFile( string url, string filePath){   try   {      CDO.Message msg = new CDO.MessageClass();      ADODB.Stream stm = null ;      msg.MimeFormatted =true;      msg.CreateMHTMLBody(url,CDO.CdoMHTMLFlags.cdoSuppressNone,          "" ,"" );      stm = msg.GetStream();      stm.SaveToFile(         filePath,ADODB.SaveOptionsEnum.adSaveCreateOverWrite);      msg=null;      stm.Close();      return true;   }   catch(Exception ex)   {      throw ex;      return false;   }}
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