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Posted on 2002-07-11
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I have written a module which sends email through lotus notes , the only problem is that its not showing what has been sent in the sent box

this doesnt seem to work using this instruction

maildoc.send 0,recipient

recipient is a var with the recipients email address but this should show the email in the sent box

any idea's

Cheers
Andy
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You need to set the first parameter of the Send method to True:

maildoc.Send True,recipient

This should then show it in the sent folder, 0 (false) doesn't.
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Thanks Eric, but in that particular module I don't save it to the sent folder as I use .Send False (as far as I remember) though it might have saved Andy some time if he had looked there first!
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