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Adding a command to VB 5.0 to send e-mail

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I would like to know what type of string I would add to
a login form that would automatically send e-mail to an
address once the user logs in?

Note: I'm not VB programmer and have limited knowledge
I do know how to use the Wizard however....Thanks
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use MAPI controls
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Will that allow me to automate that command? and also will I need some sort of background or will I be totally oblivious to what I'm doing?

Thanks for the quick response...
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yes, you need some code in the background i.e. for example your login command button which will send the mail. if you want the code let me know,
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I would love the code, it would save me alot of time....
I need it for a project that I'm working on in my spare time and
am just learning VB 5...Thanks a lot if you want some points just let me know but for now I will give you 50....Thanks
You can email me at crichmon@confederationc.on.ca
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