SendObject in Access - to Lotus Notes

My company has a confidential button on our emails..I am less familiar with Lotus notes than Outlook, but I have accomplished a sendobject, noobject, but I want the confidential triggered automatically.  Is this proprietary in our company, or does someone know how to make it work?

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omgangIT ManagerCommented:
The SendObject function in Access can't set that trigger.  You may be able to configure Lotus Notes to automatically set the trigger for all new messages - but that may not be desirable.  As far as I know, you cannot use automation with Lotus Notes to build a message the way you could with Outlook.

OM Gang

This should get you going. I didn't see anything on a confidential flag yet, but I'll keep looking.

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omgangIT ManagerCommented:
Good find ajkamp.  I've used that site a number of times but have never had a need to work with Lotus Notes.
OM Gang

omgangIT ManagerCommented:
Try using the code sample from the website ajkamp listed and then do some searching on the Lotus Notes object model to discover how to set the confidential flag.
OM Gang
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