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We have an old Visual FoxPro program and Outlook 2003.  Everything was working fine up until recently when we had to change all our user names from a first initial and then the first seven letters of the last name, to something that we had to convert to.  It was after this change that things stopped working as they were.  Our programmer has made a table that takes the current user name and maps it to the new user name, but there must be something we're missing.  The error message that comes up is this:

Error Number: 1733
Message: Class definition MAPI.SESSION is not found
Program: SENDMAIL

Now, when we were testing this, on his machine it seems to be working fine.  The program works as it did before, the program send out the email notices and there are no errors.  It worked on my machine as well.  Then when we had one of the other users try it, they get the error message.  We think we've narrowed it down to the fact that we have FoxPro installed on our PCs where the user does not.  I'm thinking that it may just be one or two (or more) files that are needed to be installed on the users machine for this to work properly, but I'm not sure what those files may be.  We do have a few dll files that we needed to place on the systems in the Windows\system32 to get the program to work when it was first developed, but it appears that we now need some additional files or something installed to get it back to working order.  Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Mike
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You receive the "Class definition MAPI.SESSION is not found" error message when you use CREATEOBJECT to send e-mail messages from Visual FoxPro applications
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305628
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Seems our Help Desk guys forgot to include the CDO on the latest image for our machines.  Thanks for the assist.
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You're welcome.

I wish that CDO weren't an extra.  But, that's the way things are.
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