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How to get address of a sender in SMTP Format from outlook mailitem.

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I am accessing mail items in outlook using Outlook 10.0 Type Library.
I want to get the address of sender in SMTP format (as abc@xyz.com).
Right now, the mailItem.SenderName gives me the name of the sender as (Firstname, lastname).


thanks in advance,
krovi
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use the SenderEmailAddress property instead of the SenderName property.
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If your using an older version of Outlook, you can check this link...

    http://www.outlookcode.com/d/code/getsenderaddy.htm

for code samples on how to pull the address when it isn't available directly from the object model.
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