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Receiving e-mail text

Posted on 2000-05-01
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Using MAPI controls to receive e-mail.
I'm sure I'm making this too difficult, but the way I've written this isn't working.  I'm trying to read through a bunch of e-mails and parse the text out of each one.  I can take care of parsing out the text, but I'm having problems getting any e-mails at all.  I know the profile in-box is full of them, but after the sign-on and transferring the session id to the message control, it tells me the messagecount is 0.  I'm using the fetch method.  I'm sure I'm missing something.  Using Outlook 2000 and VB6 with SP3.

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bfassler.. follow this link.. They basically walk you through how to use OLE Automation from Outlook.  <A>http://www.vb-world.net/articles/outlook/</A>
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