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Posted on 2008-10-08
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The agent working as designed.  But now I have 2 different types of emails coming in to my inbox that the agent is working on.  In the message of one of the emails there is the text jobopen and the other email has jobclosed.  Basically a email gets sent out when a job is started and when it is closed.  So the verbage has to be differnt in the email the agent is sending out.

I think the best place to put the if statement would be in the sub.  

But I am not sure how I would go about passing the value of jobopen or jobclosed to the sub?
Sub SendMemoFromTag(memo As NotesDocument, Byval tagStart As String, Byval tagEnd As String)
	
	Dim sess As New NotesSession
	Dim parts As Variant
	Dim body As String, sendto As String
	sess.ConvertMime = True
	body = memo.GetItemValue("Body")(0)
	If (Instr(1, body, tagStart, 5) = 0) Then Exit Sub
	parts = Split(body, tagStart)
	If (Instr(1, parts(1), tagEnd, 5) = 0) Then sendto = Trim(parts(1)) Else sendto = Trim(Strleft(parts(1), tagEnd))
	
	Dim memo2 As NotesDocument
	Set memo2 = memo.ParentDatabase.CreateDocument
	
	
	memo2.Form = "memo"
	memo2.Subject = "Model Shop Job Completed for " & sendto
	memo2.Body = "Your job is completed.  Please come and pick up the part."
	memo2.SendTo = sendto
	Call memo2.Send(False)
	
End Sub

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IS the subject the same in both types of message ?

If not, then pass the subject as another variable to the sub, and use that to determine if it is starting or finished.


I hope this helps !
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