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How to use the exchange server to make a PRG. that send mails

Posted on 2001-06-27
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dear's
we have a windows NT 4 server and SQL Server database.
i want to collect data from database and send it as report, text  (what ever) to the managers on their mails.
this automatice.
Thanks
Ahmed Ragab
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by:RAGAB2000
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by:Cesario
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use the MAPI Unit to send data to the exchange Server...

We have no exchange Server installed on ower system. so I am not able to test the source code....

but it very easy to unterstand the Procedure and Functions in the MAPI Unit

Best Regards

Cesario
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drnadeem earned 100 total points
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put a button and NMSMTP component on a form. Prepare your report using query or whatever. Then you can send it as an attachement to the mail.


procedure TMailF.NMSMTP1Connect(Sender: TObject);
begin
 NMSMTP1.SubType := mtPlain;
 with NMSMTP1.PostMessage do begin
    FromAddress := 'your@yourmail.com'; //your email
    ToAddress.Add('manager1@yourcompany.com');//manager1
    ToAddress.Add('manager2@yourcompany.com');//manager2
    ToCarbonCopy.Add('cc@yourcompany.com');//cc address
    ToBlindCarbonCopy.Add('bcc@yourcompany.com');//bcc address
    Subject := 'Your subject';
    Body.Add(SubEd.Text);//subEd is memo containg body.
    Attachments.Add('c:\windows\desktop\report.doc');
  end;
  NMSMTP1.SendMail;
  NMSMTP1.disConnect;
end;

procedure TMailF.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
  NMSMTP1.Host := 'mail';
  NMSMTP1.Connect;
end;
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by:RAGAB2000
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Thanks
I test the solution and it working will
Thanks again
Ahmed Ragab
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