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MailObject - anyone ever use this?

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I'm looking for a list of what the MailObject can do. Basically, can I
extract a sender's email address from an email using it. I know I can
get the SenderName, To, Subject, Body and SentOn (date sent), does
anyone know what else I can get using MailObject?

Nov 28 '06 #1
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The MailObject from which library?

Generic answer is open a code window and press F2 then look in the object
browser at the MailObject (in this case), you'll see the methods and
properties exposed by the object.

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I'm looking for a list of what the MailObject can do. Basically, can I
extract a sender's email address from an email using it. I know I can
get the SenderName, To, Subject, Body and SentOn (date sent), does
anyone know what else I can get using MailObject?

Nov 30 '06 #2

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MLH
Nice suggestion. Following your advice, I found nothing in Access 97.
Is this something that applies only to advanced releases of Access?
Nov 30 '06 #3

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MLH wrote:
Nice suggestion. Following your advice, I found nothing in Access 97.
Did you read between the lines?

Nov 30 '06 #4

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MLH
Pls specify the precise lines and I can answer that.
You know, first two, last two. Something along those
lines.
Dec 1 '06 #5

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MLH wrote:
Pls specify the precise lines and I can answer that.
You know, first two, last two. Something along those
lines.
Terry's lines:

"Generic answer is open a code window and press F2 then look in the
object
browser at the MailObject (in this case), you'll see the methods and
properties exposed by the object."

Dec 1 '06 #6

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MLH
Yep. Those were the lines I read between.
Dec 2 '06 #7

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