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I am writing a 32 bit SPC software using VC++, doing many MFC and API. I need to write emails functions so that engineers can send the error messages around the enterprise. I have no problems building it up from ground zero, builing inbox, outbox, trash, draft, just like Outlook Express, but I like to save some time. I am wondering if anyone has any clues to any commercial plug-ins or add-ons that I can license and readily configure it into my program? My software is network ready.
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what do U need UI or Socket Implementation for your Application?
anyway U can Use messaging Api (MAPI)
unless you want to do your own "Network Ready" software.
anyway I recommend u to use mapi which is pretty much licenced
espacially if U develop under Microsoft enviroment.


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