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hi:
i now using vb6 to create a form..and after fill in the form...
when user click to submit....that content of form , let say the date or the name in the form
 will send to the email address which already key in the form...how i am going to do that?
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by:jyokum
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you can use CDONTS

set oMailMessage = CreateObject ("CDONTS.NewMail")
oMailMessage.From = "who@ami.net"
oMailMessage.To = "who@ami.net"
oMailMessage.subject = "this is a test"
oMailMessage.BodyFormat = 0
oMailMessage.MailFormat = 0
oMailMessage.Body = "some text" '<-- form values would be included in the message
oMailMessage.Send
Set oMailMessage = Nothing
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