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ASP And MapiSession. Send Exchange email

When using MapiSession.Logon the browser ask me for user login and password for Exchange Administrator to send email. How can I submit user login and password without that message box?

I use Nt 4.0, Exchange 5.5 and VBscript (ASP code). I only need to send an email to an exchange user!!

Can anyone help me?
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The answer to ur problem is the

LogonUI Property

Specifies whether or not a dialog box is provided for sign-on.


object.LogonUI [ = value ]

The LogonUI property syntax has these parts:

object : Anobject expression that evaluates to an object in the Applies To list.
value : Aboolean expression specifying whether a logon dialog box is displayed, as described in Settings.

The settings for value are:

True (Default) :A dialog box prompts new users for their user name and password (unless a valid messaging session already exists. See the NewSession property for more information).
False  : No dialog box is displayed.

The False setting is useful when you want to begin a mail session without user intervention, and you already have the account name and password for the user. If insufficient or incorrect values are provided, however, an error is generate

javi2Author Commented:
I can't use LogonUI to pass login and password to Exchange Server 5.5, I find command to use in microsoft web.

The answer is to drop the MAPI call and use the CDO interface. I wrote the sub below in VB but you could adapt it to use with VBscript by creating the object and assigning the properties. When you logon you supply a valid mapi profile and it works every time. In fact, I created an email based pager program that uses CDO to send the message out without prompting the user for a profile:
Public IMail As MAPI.Session
Public IMsg As Message      
Public IRec As Recipient

Set IMail = CreateObject("MAPI.Session")
IMail.Logon 'you can specify profile name and other parameters. It works everytime and you can prevent the dialog box from showing asking the user to choose a profile.

Set IMsg = IMail.Outbox.Messages.Add
Set IRec = IMsg.Recipients.Add

IMsg.Text = "Send immediately"
IRec.Name = "Darin@darin.com"
IRec.Type = CdoTo

Set IMsg = Nothing
Set IRec = Nothing
Set IMail = Nothing

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