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Automatically submitting form via e-mail without opening Exchange

Posted on 2000-03-28
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is there a way to submit a form to an e-mail without opening MS Exchange. i created a form using MAPISession and MApiMessages. when i click the SUBMIT button, Exchange opens up with the TO, FROM, SUBJECT and BODY pre-filled and waits for me to SEND it. is there a way to submit the form automatically without opening MS Exchange. we are using MS Exchange 5.5.
i need the answer to this asap.
Thanks.
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Question by:boyet032700
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by:Pepster
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You could use CDO NTS, but i`ve only done this through ASP so bear with me and I`ll try to knowkc some code up.
 
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by:Ark
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Hi
Set AddressResolveUI property of MAPIMessage to False
Cheers
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by:Chrism
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I am assuming you have tried either:

MAPISendDocuments
MAPISendMail

to actually get Exchange to send the message?
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AlessandroF earned 100 total points
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Use this:

        MAPIMessages1.Send False
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