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email MAPI Recipients type ?

Posted on 2001-07-19
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how to set cc, bcc in the MAPI email program ?
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Try this

mapMESSAGE.RecipIndex = mapMESS.RecipIndex + 1
mapMESSAGE.RecipType = 2
mapMESSAGE.RecipDisplayName = <Name to add>
mapMESSAGE.ResolveName


Use mapMESSAGE.RecipType = 3 for BCC

ResolveName is not needed, but will alert you to any badly typed email addresses (With an appropriate error trap!)

If you have more than one name, put the names in a list or array and loop through it, adding each one as you go.

Good Luck
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