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codes to insert image in outlook

Posted on 2006-11-09
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Hi all,

Under here is the codes for formatting and send out the mail. Everything is almost done EXCEPT the inserting of logo image to my mail body. I managed to find the codes on the net but after testing it is what i sort of wanted but I need slight modification. Please help...

Under the AddInfo(), it contains all the info I want in the body which will be printed out in text. Under the item_send() function, I need to have it printed out in
the picture2.jpg
then the greetings which is actually strMeseage. but it seems to be unable to display out the picture and strMessage and

How do I combine the picture with the strMessage body under the Item_Send()? Or shld I do the display in the strMessage? Help Help...

And it also seems these 2 objects are driving me crazy cos it opens up new mail..i do not want that..how to solve it?
Set objOL = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") <-----------------
Set objMail = objOL.CreateItem(olMailItem)<----------------------

Here are the codes..

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Function AddInfo()
     dim dept
     Set fmCtl = Item.GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Message").Controls("CardFormCtl1")
      dept = fmCtl.DeptName

        If dept <> "" Then
                strMessage = "Dear Clients & Friends" & vbCrLf _
                & vbCrLf _
                & "Season's greetings" & vbCrLf _
                & vbCrLf _
                & "Best regards" & vbCrLf _
                &  vbCrLf _
                & dept & vbCrLf _
            AddInfo = True
           Else
            AddInfo = False
           End If
     
     Set fmCtl = Nothing
End Function


Function Item_Send()
      Set objOL = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") <-----------------
          Set objMail = objOL.CreateItem(olMailItem)<---------------------- I don't need to create another new mail
          objMail.Attachments.Add "C:\picture2.jpg"
          objMail.HTMLBody = "<html><p>This is a picture.</p>" & _
                   "<img src='cid:picture2.jpg' height=50 width=500></p></html>"
      objMail.body = strMessage
      objMail.Display

       'If AddInfo() = True then
       'Item.subject = "Christmas Card"
       'Item.body = strMessage
       'Item.MessageClass = "IPM.Note"
       'end if

End Function
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Hmm it's almost the same..
now is i'm trying to consolidate..

I also had the objects created here..
Set objOL = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") <-----------------
         Set objMail = objOL.CreateItem(olMailItem)<----------------------  

If i dun use.createItem(), can i?
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by:Yannie
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If i juz want to make it send out together under as objMail.send instead and remove item_send() is dat possible?
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by:Yannie
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Ok I got it solved .

I can choose to

Item.Attachments.Add "c:\emailmasthead2.jpg"
Item.HTMLBody = "<html><img src='cid:emailmasthead2.jpg' height=50 width=500><p></html>"
Or      
Item.HTMLBody = "<html><img src='http://www.thisismysite.com/emailmasthead2.jpg' height=50 width=500><p></html>"

both works!
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