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How can I send an e-mail without using Microsoft Outlook COM ???
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by:Steve Sirica
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There are plenty of 3rd party email packages out theree to choose from.  We use a package called JMail from a company called Dimac.
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I checked out that free component emoreau suggested.  It's pretty nice, and easy to use.  I'm going to switch over to it from the component I purchased.  

Thanks emoreau
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