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erin.freeman@solutionssta

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Hi there,

I have built a database in Access 2003. Our office currently uses Kerio MailServer 6.4.0. I need to have a button on my form that once clicked will open up our email program and send the specified document. I cant seem to find any literature on this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am not sure where to start, if there are settings i need to change in Kerio first, or how to get it to use Kerio using Visual Basic coding...
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ccjwells

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If you are spawning an external E-mail program (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc) to send the email, you shouldn't need to connect directly to the mail server via VB. All you would need is the code to call that program and fill out the new mail.
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erin.freeman@solutionssta

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Thanks for the reply,,,any idea what that code may be?
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ccjwells

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A quick search of google provided me with this example for VBscript:
http://dirtydogstink.com/blog/CommentView,guid,0b95917c-c7d9 -4cc8-9b7e-62f48eef48bb.aspx

There were several other examples along the same vein by searching on "send email with vbscript" I would imagine if you need to use another language should be able to find a quickie solution with a similar search.
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