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how i send file to my email account from my pocketpc using c++ language?
could it be through SMTP? is there any code that i can follow? i am currently writing a program using embedded visual c++.
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I managed pretty well with this set of classes (which allows email attachments): http://www.codeproject.com/internet/csmtpconn.asp?print=true

Hope this helps.
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I am developing using embedded visual and not visual studio. Do let me know if you've got other alternatives. Thanks! :)
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I'm not sure what you mean.  There is some code masagging necessary, perhaps, but wininet.dll is available on XP Embedded, and all the classes used are available to eMbedded C++.

The mail library is very generic, it doesn't even really rely on MFC (if you ignore the use of CArray which can be changed to a std::vector pretty easily).
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