calling the outlook application

Dear Experts,
I'm building application with Delphi 6 and on SQl Server2000 database
Now, I'm trying to send an email with attachment from my program by calling outlook application,
outlook := CreateOLEObject('outlook.application');
                item := outlook.CreateItem(0);
                item.Subject := Subject;
                item.Body := Body;
                item.To  := '';
      ; ---------  this is not working
             //   item.Send; ---- this works fine when I pass it a correct email address
My problem is that I want the outlook to be opened with subject, body, attachment  (as parameters passed to that function) but the user has to choose the email-list from the outlook contacts
I don't now how to open the outlook instead of automatically sending the email
Help me please
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Chris BottomleySoftware Quality Lead EngineerCommented:
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Amanda77Author Commented:
thanks alot
it works beautifully
Chris BottomleySoftware Quality Lead EngineerCommented:
Glad it worked ok in Delphi ... it's standard syntax for VBA and since everything else in your code seemed to conform I thought this would as well.

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