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Read and parse incoming email messages using Visual Basic 6

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Hi Experts,
I need to create a program using VB6 to read incoming email messages in the sender and message for a list of domain name and text pattern. please help if you have some samples or links that I can use as starting point.
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look at the library CDO (Collabortion Data Objects)
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