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Posted on 1998-08-30
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I need an ActiveX component to send e-mail. I want to give mail server, recipient, sender, subject and message as parameter. I want to be able to use this component in web for sending mail via ASP. Does anybody have document, code examples or components about that. Thanx in advance...
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by:mcix
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Here is one that I have used, there is a cost $199.00, but I think you will find it is well worth it... It does what you want plus a good deal more.

http://www.flicks.com/ocxQmail/

If I remember correctly, it has an eval download of some sort.
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by:Cuneyt
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Yes i know i downloaded it but i was looking a free component
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Here's a freeby:

http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/2656/abmailer.html

It is not nearly as advanced as ocxMail, but it works...


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by:lmorris
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I don't have time to do it at the moment, but you could probably spend an hour and create your own. Simply create an ActiveX DLL with a form and a class in it. Place the mapi controls on the form, then place all the properties you would need in the class. The class will simply get and set the properties of the mapi controls on your form.

This will give you an ActiveX object that you can create from IIS or anything else for that matter.
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