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I am searching for a non mfc mapi class - I have searched MSDN and other forum with little if noluck - can someone point me to a simple mapi class with no MFC ?

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by:AlexVirochovsky
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In next link you  can find simple Mapi class (for simple Mapi, not extended!).
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q171/0/96.asp
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Thanks for the tip Alex- but I already new about this oneit was apparently first written in 1996 and I have been told is unreliable

What I was looking for is a Mapi class that will show the outlook window with the information, such as recipients etc filled out (programatically through parameters)

Any ideas ??

I can do this simply in MFC

I know I can use ShelleExecute ....

but am looking for a C++ class if there is one around

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Alex - I am trying out the class at codeproject - the first link did not work -  a first glance at the code at code project does not allow attachments - do you want to increase my points <s> so I can send attachments ? <s>

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Alex - I have now looked at the class from code project - it does not allow for attachments - and specifically requires Outlook to be open to work

Sorry mate - any other suggestions ?

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http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/marktoml/cppstuff.htm

I haven't tested the MAPI thing from there, though...
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AlexVirochovsky earned 200 total points
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1. I 've test link again, all OK, but I can send you
code : Write your EMail.
2. CodeProject I don't tested,but of course, such
standart thing, as sending mail + attachment must be.
3. >>requires Outlook to be open to work
Well, it is MAPI (extended or simple). You want something,
call to some function, and that function use current MS Post agent: Outlook, Outlook Express, MS Excange...
working as in ActiveX ideologia.




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