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Send Email

How do you use vb to send an email message. I know one way to do it but i dont want anything to pop up (Like the outlook notice).  I want it so the user would not even notice it being sent.  
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allhailcaesar
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SethiCommented:
The easiest way to send emails or SMS through VB is by using vbSendMail DLL that can be freely downloaded from this site:
http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=109

However, there is no way you can stop user from noticing it. Although this DLL wont flash a message, but the user will know one way or the other that a mail is being sent.
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GERTJANCommented:
You can send e-mail by using the winsock control.
the user would not notice it.
Add the winsock control on a form named sckSMTP
Here is the code to do so



Dim ToAdd As String
Dim CCAdd As String
Dim BCCAdd As String
Dim FromAdd As String
Dim Subject As String
Dim msg As String
Dim SenderDomain As String
Dim intWait As Integer
Dim SignedOut As Boolean
Dim MsgSubject, MsgMessage as string

Function SendMail()
    SMTPAddress = "smtp.domain.com"
    MsgSubject = "subject"
    MsgMessage = "Message"
    frmMain.sckSMTP.Connect SMTPAddress, 25
    Do Until frmMain.sckSMTP.State = sckClosed
        DoEvents
        If frmMain.sckSMTP.State = sckError Then
             Exit Function
        end if
    Loop
End Function

Private Sub sckSMTP_DataArrival(ByVal bytesTotal As Long)
Dim DatRec As String
Dim strBuffer As String
Dim Filenum As Integer
Dim i As Integer
Dim TempPath As String
Dim PrevCommand As String
Dim IsSMTPConnected As Boolean
Dim SMTPAdd As String

SMTPDomain = "domain.com"
'sender E-mailname
EmailUsername = "name@domain.com"
EmailPass = "password"

sckSMTP.GetData DatRec

'For intercepting SMTP data

Select Case Val(Left$(DatRec, 3))

Case 220
 Debug.Print sckSMTP.State
 If Not IsSMTPConnected Then
  IsSMTPConnected = True
  'Notify address
  smtpSendData "HELO <" & SMTPDomain & ">" & vbCrLf 'smtp.
 
 
 End If

Case 250

 Select Case PrevCommand
 
 Case "HELO"
 
 
  'Send the sender address..
  smtpSendData "MAIL FROM: <" & EmailUsername & ">" & _ vbCrLf ' & EmailUsername & Mid$(SMTPAddress, 6) & ">" & _ vbCrLf

 
 Case "MAIL"
    Dim strTo(0 To 50) As String
    Dim TempChar As String
    Dim CountAdress As Integer
    CountAdress = 0
    If InStr(1, EmailTo, ";", vbTextCompare) Then
       For X = 1 To Len(EmailTo)
           TempChar = Mid(EmailTo, X, 1)
           If TempChar = ";" Then
               CountAdress = CountAdress + 1
           Else
               strTo(CountAdress) = strTo(CountAdress) & TempChar
           End If
       Next X
       For Y = 0 To CountAdress
           smtpSendData "RCPT TO: <" & Trim$(strTo(Y)) & ">" & vbCrLf
       Next Y
    Else
     smtpSendData "RCPT TO: <" & Trim$(EmailTo) & ">" & vbCrLf
    End If
 Case "RCPT"

  smtpSendData "DATA" & vbCrLf
 
 Case "VRFY"
 
  IsVerified = True
 
 Case "DATE"
  'Email sent.
 
   
  'CLose the connection
  sckSMTP.Close
  IsSMTPConnected = False
  'Sign Out from Server
 
 End Select
 
Case 251
 
 Select Case PrevCommand
 
 Case "RCPT"
  smtpSendData "DATA" & vbCrLf
 
 
 End Select
 
Case 354

 Select Case PrevCommand
 
  Case "DATA"

   'Server ready for message.Compose the message.
   msg = "DATE: " & Date & vbCrLf & "FROM: " & EmailUsername & vbCrLf & "TO: " & EmailTo & vbCrLf & "SUBJECT: " & MsgSubject & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & MsgMessage & vbCrLf & "." & vbCrLf
 
   smtpSendData msg
 
 End Select
 
 
'Errors
Case Is >= 400
 
 MsgBox Mid$(DatRec, 4), vbInformation, "Error in Email Transaction"
 
 'Close socket
 sckSMTP.Close
 
 If POPAuthorised Then POPAuthorised = False
 IsSMTPConnected = False
 
End Select


End Sub

Private Sub smtpSendData(strMessage As String)

PrevCommand = Left$(Trim$(strMessage), 4)

sckSMTP.SendData strMessage

End Sub

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allhailcaesarAuthor Commented:
There is something wrong with this code
It is red

smtpSendData "MAIL FROM: <" & EmailUsername & ">" & _ vbCrLf ' & EmailUsername & Mid$(SMTPAddress, 6) & ">" & _ vbCrLf
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EricOKellyCommented:
Install IIS on NT/2k/XP (on NT it is in the NT options pack, or in 2k/xp under add/remove programs, windows components)

Include Microsoft CDO in your project references.

then use this for a base;

    Dim mail As New NewMail
   
    mail.From = "someone@somewhere.com"
    mail.To = "someone@somewhere.com"
    mail.Subject = "some subject"
    mail.Body = "some body text"
    mail.Send
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GERTJANCommented:
The line must be :

smtpSendData "MAIL FROM: <" & EmailUsername & ">" &  vbCrLf  & EmailUsername & Mid$(SMTPAddress, 6) & ">" &  vbCrLf
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antigovernmentCommented:
i do beleive there is a smtp ocx hing in vb6 under the toolbar components list
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allhailcaesar:
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DanRollinsCommented:
Moderator, my recommended disposition is:

    Accept Sethi's comment(s) as an answer.

DanRollins -- EE database cleanup volunteer
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