Kenn Humborg said:
> o So how the fsck is the mail message data ending up in the
> Excel process? Does OLE32.dll use some undocumented memory
> allocation kernel API that doesn't clear memory? Eek!
if I recall correctly, DLLs on Windows have their own memory allocation
pools. So if OLE32.dll deals with a DLL call from (let's say) Outlook,
followed by one from Excel, could conceivably wind up with bits of mail
in the middle of an Excel block of data.
I think ;)
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