As I see it you have two options:
1. You make a shell to your default browser, or
2. You use a html-aware component like "THtmlLite" from www.pbear.com.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Joe Good" <greendot@y...> wrote:
> I have TMail2000 running under D7 sending and receiving messages
> fine (for what I am doing). This is a custom app that sends
> TextPlain messages back and forth. But, I need to expand it to
> handle HTML messages.
> I'm trying to deal with the situation where a message contains no
> TextPlain at all but does have TextHTML. I really don't care about
> the HTML formatting so I can do one of two things: strip HTML or
> view it.
> I figured that viewing it would be the quickest solution. What does
> everybody use for this?
> But, to solve it also.. is there a way to strip out the HTML
> formatting and leave a plain text message?