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sending mail from webrowser

Hi All,
Is there a way to send a mail from the webrowser.
what i a mean is to send it like in the option of the
explorer in : File -> Send -> page by email.
please its very urgent.

Thanks & Regards.
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alonb1
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rovermCommented:
What would you like to send ? Are you creating ASP pages from which an email should be send ? What else ?

D'Mzzl!
RoverM
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
A couple of options could be CDONTS and a free third party tool like JMail.

Anthony
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alonb1Author Commented:
I am not using any asp.
I am using Webrowser from vb.
and i would like to send an html file.
like I said I want to send the page that I am viewing in the webrowser.
in that way: File -> Send -> page by email.

To: acperkins
where can i get the JMail.

Thanks & Regards

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rovermCommented:
Ok, the Document object from the webbrowser exposes the same as in ASP or HTML.
So, Webbrowser1.Document gives you everything about the currect document.
Maybe you can do something with that.

D'Mzzl!
RoverM
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
I misread the question.  I thought this was an ASP question.  If you have Outlook (not Outlook Express)installed on your workstation than you can use Outlook Automation to attach the page.  Let me know if you need an example.

Anthony
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alonb1Author Commented:
I know how can i send mail from outlook.
i want to send mail without any program.

there is another optinon, to send from winsocket, but i dont know
how can i send email with attachment from the winsocket.

maby now you can help me.
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Richie_SimonettiIT OperationsCommented:
Create a .bat file with this content (just as example) and wrote it behinh a command button or menu item, you choose...

start "mailto:?subject=TheScarms Visual Basic Code Library Page&body=This link was forwarded to you from: TheScarms Visual Basic Code Library.    http://www.TheScarms.com/vbasic/timer.asp" TITLE="Send this page to a friend."
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
alonb1

JMail is a program (as is Outlook) so if you cannot use any program to send the attachment than I am afraid I cannot help you.

Good luck.
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alonb1Author Commented:
To: Richie_Simonetti
how can i send an attachment with your example.
where do i put the path of the file to attach .
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alonb1Author Commented:
To: Richie_Simonetti
by the the bat file open the outlook message
i would like it send it automatically after i am attaching the a file.

thanks again.
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Richie_SimonettiIT OperationsCommented:
alonb1, you didn't say that the code must manage attachments.
If you want that funcionalitty and don't want to show end user interface, use this great and FREE little tool:
http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=109
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alonb1Author Commented:
Thanks Again.
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Richie_SimonettiIT OperationsCommented:
You are welcome.
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