problem_Importing_CDONTS.DLL

hi all...
can anyone enlighten me on how to use CDONTS.DLL in delphi???

I was trying to import CDONTS.DLL for sending emails.
what i did was:
i added CDONTS.DLL into the type library which is "Microsoft CDO for NTS 1.2 Library"

then i tried "Project/import type library" to import this dll
on import type library window, it shows the dll has 2 classes which are "TNewMail", "TSession"
and cilcked "create unit"

the error message was "A class named 'TSession' is already installed.
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DragonSlayerCommented:
TSession is a name of the component that is in your Database tab. To avoid this, you can either:

1. Unload the BDE package from your Delphi project before loading/installing the CDO package.
2. Manually modify the source for your CDO type library and change TSession to something else, TCDOSession, for example.


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VoodoomanCommented:
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Hi

Just curious, I understood that you can only use CDonts with NT/WIN2000 - what OS are you using?


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Wim ten BrinkSelf-employed developerCommented:
Either don't let the import wizard NOT create any components (thus uncheck the checkbox at the bottom) or use the wizard, search for TSession and rename it in the list. (E.g. by adding an _ at the end of the name.)
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VoodoomanCommented:
Hi

Still don't know what OS you are using, if its not WIN2000 or NT or XPPro, I dont think it can work.

Take a look at http://www.devarchive.com/f2192.html an E-Mail component for $17.95.....

Why beat yourself up?

Just an idea....

Voodooman
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