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What is the SenderEmailAddress equivalent for Outlook 2000

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.Recipients.Add Item.SenderEmailAddress

works fine in office 2003 but not in 2000, what is the equivalent?
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Hi Alan,

Does your PC have CDO installed on it? It was an optional component while installing outlook 2000.  If you do, take a look at http://www.outlookcode.com/d/code/getsenderaddy.htm
The native outlook 2000 object model doesn't have access to the actual address, just the name.  You have to use cdo (or other components, CDO is just the most common) to get at it.

Matt
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How do I use this code?
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You can tell if you have CDO installed by going to tools / references and looking for Microsoft CDO (or search the registry for "CDO.Message")

Assuming you do, and you're using the "GetFromAddress" function from that page, replace your line of code above:

' .Recipients.Add Item.SenderEmailAddress
 .Recipients.Add GetFromAddress(Item)

Matt
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