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Fun with Email: VB6, CDO, MAPI, and a Remote Exchange Server

In this article, Matt shows us how to send emails from a VB Windows application. As CDONTS is for servers, a different approach must be used.

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By: Matt Burnett
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February 16, 2003
  1. · Fun with Email: VB6, CDO, MAPI, and a Remote Exchange Server
  2. · The MAPI Approach
  3. · Conclusion

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Fun with Email: VB6, CDO, MAPI, and a Remote Exchange Server - Conclusion
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It was supposed to be easy, but turned out to be much more difficult than expected. Well, now that we all know how to do it this problem shouldn’t arise again. Good luck with it!

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