emailing a file from VB CE

How do I email an ASCII, text file from within my VBCE program?

I have written a VB CE program on an H/PC (Vadem) that creates a simple ASCII, text file on the root directory.  Now I need to email that file to an email address.  I can do the emial using the InBox icon built into the handheld, but it would be much easier for the user to just click a command button that did the transfer automatically from within the program.  

So how do I send a file via email?

Thanks for the assistance.

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See these Q. for which I gave a good answer:

You have to open the file, read the contents into a string variable, and send the string.
Hope that helps.

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eyoungAuthor Commented:

Thanks for the suggestion.  How do I look up an existing question?

In your browser URL text box, just replace the Q.10226564 (which is the number of this question), with one of the numbers given above.
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