I'm sorry for all of the questions, but I just want to make sure I'm doing
everything 100% correctly. I wouldn't want to do something that goes against
best practices for the Object API.

In my testing, I have discovered that a Mime.822 attachment is attached to
all incoming emails. Also, according to some prior posts on the newsgroup,
html formatted messages will have a text.html attached to them.

I have two questions:

1. Are there any other attachments names that I should ignore? Someone once
posted that you should ignore Mime.8xx, as oppossed to mime.822, but I don't
know if they were being extra careful or not.
2. Is there a better way to differentiate these attachments without looking
at the attachment name? I.E., is there a property, or do they always appear
as the first 1 to 2 attachments? For instance, if a client were to email us
an email with an attachment that ended in Mime.8 or Text.html, then I would
want for my program to catch that attachment. Is there a way to allow that,
or am I asking for too much? I know it is a 1 in a million scenario, but as
a programmer we have to consider these scenarios....