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How do I start a program from my VB app. which is in the same path and called "sendmail.exe" ?

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How do I start a program from my VB app. which is in the same path and called "sendmail.exe" ?

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waty earned 10 total points
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The easiest way :

Dim RetVal
RetVal = Shell("SendMail.exe", 1)
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If you need to wait for child process to complete use ExecCmd. Let me know & I'll post code if you need.

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