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how to send mail using Outlook from my program

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Hi,

I would like to send mail using Outlook or Outlook Express my .net program
which is written using vb.net . When ever a new record of particular type is
added, i would like to send an automatic mail using Outlook. I thought of
using commercially available components but i would like to store the mails
also which is not available in these components and hence the desire to use
outlook.

Where is the best place to start.

Thanks for all the responses.

Senthilkumar
Jan 10 '06 #1
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Hello Senthilkumar,

you will find some code that does what you want here :

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Interne...hOutlookCB.asp

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Francois Beaussier

"Senthilkumar" <ke****@yahoo.co.in> a écrit dans le message de news:
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Hi,

I would like to send mail using Outlook or Outlook Express my .net program
which is written using vb.net . When ever a new record of particular type
is added, i would like to send an automatic mail using Outlook. I thought
of using commercially available components but i would like to store the
mails also which is not available in these components and hence the desire
to use outlook.

Where is the best place to start.

Thanks for all the responses.

Senthilkumar

Jan 11 '06 #2

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Hi Francois,

Thanks for your reply. It works perfectly.

Regards

Senthilkumar

"Francois Beaussier" <francois@beaussier.[remove]net> wrote in message
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Hello Senthilkumar,

you will find some code that does what you want here :

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Interne...hOutlookCB.asp

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Francois Beaussier

Jan 11 '06 #3

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