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Netscape and SendObject problem

I am using Netscape 7.2 as the e-mail client. I can stuff the To, CC,
and BCC fields with valid recipients in my application. When I execute
the command SendObject I have the option to Edit or not edit the message.

If I set the Edit flag to True, the e-mail is presented to me with the
subject line, body text, and attachments all set to go. The problem is
that all recipient fields are blank.

If I set the Edit flag to false, it appears that the e-mail has been
sent. No error message is generated...either from Access or Netscape.
However, no e-mail is sent. I assume this is because the recipient
fields are all blank.

Does anyone working with Netscape have a workaround for this...where the
To, CC, or BCC fields will also be passed to Netscape?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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It isn't only Netscape that has this (or similar) problems; Outlook Express
has too.
If Edit =True, the email is presented as for Netscape with To: filled in. If
Edit=False,
a dialog box appears inviting me to send/discard the message -- the subject
box is filled
in, but the To box is blank; if I select Send, the email does indeed get
sent. It surely should be
possible to check the intended recipients before electing to send the email?

Sorry this doesn't help Salad, but does provide moral support as it were!

Dave

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I am using Netscape 7.2 as the e-mail client. I can stuff the To, CC, and
BCC fields with valid recipients in my application. When I execute the
command SendObject I have the option to Edit or not edit the message.

If I set the Edit flag to True, the e-mail is presented to me with the
subject line, body text, and attachments all set to go. The problem is
that all recipient fields are blank.

If I set the Edit flag to false, it appears that the e-mail has been sent.
No error message is generated...either from Access or Netscape. However,
no e-mail is sent. I assume this is because the recipient fields are all
blank.

Does anyone working with Netscape have a workaround for this...where the
To, CC, or BCC fields will also be passed to Netscape?

Nov 13 '05 #2

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