SMTP-Name of an user

Is it possible to get the standard smtp-name of an user (like to get the username with the function 'getusername')?
bussoftwareAsked:
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LischkeCommented:
Sorry, but what is an smtp-name? Isn't SMTP just a protocol?

Ciao, Mike
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bussoftwareAuthor Commented:
Sorry, I meant i.e. xy@hotmail.com. You normally define your e-mail accounts in MS Outlook or Outlook Express. There you define one standard account. How can I get from this account your own address?
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LischkeCommented:
Well, then try :

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Account Manager\Accounts

Ciao, Mike
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bussoftwareAuthor Commented:
How can I grade you? Or should I delete this question?
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bussoftwareAuthor Commented:
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LischkeCommented:
This question no longer is pending deletion
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LischkeCommented:
Sorry for being so late. I was not aware of your grading comment. I don't know why I haven't got a notification (and I'm on E-E every day). Anyway, you can simply click the link "accept comment as answer" beside a comment to accept it or I can also propose an answer.

Ciao, Mike
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