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Using stationary for new mail

Posted on 2000-02-29
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I am trying to figure out how to get a smart-icon to open a stationary much the same way as the "new memo" button does.  I want to create a stationary message with a standard signature and name and then have an icon to create a new memo from that stationary.
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Arunkumar earned 100 total points
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Hi gOswell,

Create a smarticon and paste this formula in it.

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@Command( [FileOpenDatabase]; "ServerName":"mail\\FileName.nsf");

@Command( [OpenDocument] ; "1" ; "StationeryDocumentUniqueID")
===========================

Change the following in the Formula.

ServerName - Mail ServerName
FileName - MailFile Name
StationeryDocumentUniqueID - Can be had from the Stationery Documents document properties dialog under the field name "unid"

Good Luck !

-Arun



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by:g0swell
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Worked like a charm, Thanks.
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U R Welcome !!!

A.N.Y. T.I.M.E.....

:)
Arun
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