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Send a E-Mail through VB6

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does anybody know how I can send a E-Mail trough VB
(Existing Link to Inet - No DialUp) and how I can setup the
E Mail Account and SMTP Provider ????
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If you have a mail client on the PC you can use the CDO library (do a search on the MS Website).  If you have Outlook installed, you can use the Outlook objects.  There is also a Mail control included with VB.
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you could also use the IE object model to navigate to mailto: this will open your mail client.

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