Re: Outlook Mail Automation
From: Fred Taylor (ftaylor_at_mvps.org!REMOVE)
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 18:35:11 -0700
Google for "Outlook Redemption" and/or "clickyes".
-- Fred Microsoft Visual FoxPro MVP "Jim Clay" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:OdhCMMUFFHA.936@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl... > Is there a work around for the 'problem' of of trying to warn you that > mail is being sent through automation? I'm still using OL2K for that > reason. I send out email invitations for a survey using this method > regularly (oftentimes to 1000 or more people) and can't/won't upgrade my > Office because of the warning. > > My server is NT4 (which is now not supported) > Exchange server 5.5 (which gets dropped later this year for support) > Outlook 2000 (which doesn't have the so-called security of later versions > of office) > all because I need this very important feature of emailing clients for my > surveys. > > (I promise that I'm not a spammer - these are legitimate emails going > out!!) > > Thanks, > Jim Clay > Team Resources, Inc. > www.teamresources.com > > > "Fred Taylor" <firstname.lastname@example.org!REMOVE> wrote in message > news:OHHdKbqEFHA.1936@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl... >> All I know is it does work quite fine by referencing the .To/.CC/.BCC >> properties. I've always found the Recipients collection a bit hard to >> deal with, while the direct reference to the properties has always worked >> fine for me. >> >> Thanks for pointing it out, but it looks like it's a warning that has no >> merit or is just plain wrong, possibly a documentation error or was true >> in an earler version of Outlook. It works fine in OL2K,OLXP, OL2K3 >> (though XP and 2K3 have the "problem" of trying to warn you that mail is >> being sent through automation. >> >> -- >> Fred >> Microsoft Visual FoxPro MVP >> >> >> "Jan Bucek" <email@example.com> wrote in message >> news:e4JEr3mEFHA.1292@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl... >>> Fred Taylor napsal(a): >>>> Where is this document that doesn't recommend it? >>>> >>> Description of BCC property of MailItem: >>> ... >>> Returns the display list of blind carbon copy (BCC) names for a >>> MailItem. This property contains the display names only. The Recipients >>> collection should be used to modify the BCC recipients. >>> ... >>> in "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\1029\VBAOUTL9.CHM" of my >>> Office2k. >>> >>> For english is not my native language, maybe I understand it wrong? >>> >>> Sincerely Jan Bucek >> >> > >