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I am using MAPI to send e-mail automatically from and Access database. I have a table of standard messages. The field in the table is called "EMailMessage" and its type is Memo.
When creating the message in the table I format it, so for example it will look like this:
"Dear Sir
Thank you for you help
Kind regards
TimP"

When creating the message I use the code:
MapiMessages.MsgNoteText = EMailMessage 'where EMailMessage is the message retreived from the database.

However the text comes out like this:
"Dear Sir Thank you for you help Kind regards TimP"

how can I keep its original format?
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Question by:TimTDP
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by:Robberbaron (robr)
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You need to check how a DB memo field stores Carriage Return/LineFeed CRLF characters.

Then search the returned memo field for the correct delimiter & replace with vbCrLf  (o chr13+ chr10)

But as far as I know, the memo field should have the crlf in it.
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by:TimTDP
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I use Mozilla Thunderbird as my e mail client

Chr(10) and Chr(13) do not work. The correct code is "<br>"

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Then i think you should walk through the text returned by the DB Memoi field & replace CRLF with <BR>

dim mf as string,i as integer,j as integer
mf=db.memofield
for i=1 to len(mf)
  if mid(mf,i,2)=vbcrlf then
    mf=left(mf,i) & "<BR>" & mid(mf,i+2)
    i=i+3
  end if
next i
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