When overridden in a derived class, gets a name for the current encoding that can be used with mail agent header tags.
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
If your application needs an encoding for a header name, it should call GetEncoding with the property. Often the method retrieves a different encoding from the test encoding furnished in the call. Generally only e-mail applications need to retrieve such an encoding.
In some cases, the value of the BodyName property corresponds to the international standard that defines that encoding. This does not imply that the actual implementation complies in full with that standard.
Note that WebName returns the name to use to describe an encoding. The property defines a different encoding that might work better for an e-mail application, for example. However, use of the property to define the encoding is not recommended.
The following example retrieves the different names for each encoding and displays the encodings with one or more names that are different from EncodingInfo.Name. It displays EncodingName but does not compare against it.