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VB.NET and Groupwise how do I send a CC or BC ?

Posted on 2004-09-02
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Last Modified: 2009-05-12
I have wrote a couple examples and posted them on my site for sending Groupwise email through VB.NET. I just had someone ask how would you go about sending a Bcc or Cc to someone. I tried and outlook example that is similair to it but did not work. Any ideas??

This is a link to my examples
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flavo earned 500 total points
ID: 11969298
not sure how to in .net, but have alot of GW stuff in VBA

used like

Recipient Add(String EmailAddress, [String EmailType],
[AddressTargetTypeConstants TargetType])


oMsg.recipient.add ("me@there.com", , 1)

Constant Value Description
egwTo 0 To. A primary recipient.
egwCC 1 Carbon Copy. A secondary recipient.
egwBC 2 Blind Copy. This address is hidden to all users except the sender and the receiver.

Hope this helps

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Expert Comment

ID: 11969329
lookig at you're code its looks very similar, should be no worries mate.

Dave (i know your pain with GW, there isnt much help out there..)

Author Comment

ID: 11974715
I am trying this three different ways not sure which is right just yet.

Add all to Recipient at the end seems to have a desired effect except for egwBC.
            objRecipients.Add(myEmailTo, "egwTo", 0)
            objRecipients.Add("info@ipdg3.com", "egwCC", 1)
            objRecipients.Add("test@ipdg3.com", "egwBC", 2)
            objRecipient = objRecipients

Add all at the same time does not seem to decipher between egwTo, egwCC or egwBC
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add(myEmailTo, , 0)
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add("info@ipdg3.com", , 1)
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add("test@ipdg3.com", , 2)

Not sure just yet on this one.
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add(myEmailTo, "egwTo", 0)
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add("info@ipdg3.com", "egwCC", 1)
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add("test@ipdg3.com", "egwBC", 2)

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Author Comment

ID: 11977774
Hey Flavo,

I finally got it thanks to your help. I will accept your answer so you get some points for leading me in the right direction. Either one of these work. I will be updating the one I have online.

Solution #1
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add(myEmailTo, , 0)
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add("myemail@hotmail.com", , 1)
            objRecipient = objRecipients.Add("myemail@yahoo.com", , 2)

Solution #2
            objRecipients.Add(myEmailTo, , 0)
            objRecipients.Add("myemail@hotmail.com", , 1)
            objRecipients.Add("myemail@yahoo.com", , 2)
            objRecipient = objRecipients

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Expert Comment

ID: 11978311
Glad its all sused out...

i spose my original post should have been

oRecp = oMsg.recipient.add ("me@there.com", , 1)  'forgot about the .Net bit ;-)


Author Comment

ID: 11978451
NP not a lot of people out there are doing a lot GW programming in VB.NET. If you would like the revised final results or anyone else use the link above. I may post this on cool solutions with my other one.

George - www.ipdg3.com
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ID: 11979190
>> NP not a lot of people out there are doing a lot GW programming in VB.NET

I'd say even less than in VBA... I couldnt find any doc's on it, had lots of fun with the Intelisense, then finally found the NDK after i had finished the project.  If you find away to catch events from GW (ie Mail Arrived, MailSent, MailDeleted, MailOpen etc..) i would be very very interested!!!!

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