|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the COutlookMail class.|
|AppNameSpace||Property||Get a handle to the current instance of the Outlook NameSpace.|
|AppOutlook||Property||Get a handle to the current instance of Outlook.|
|Delimiter||Property||Set the value of the Delimiter Property.|
|Class_Initialize||Initialize||Executed when the class initializes. Sets default poperty values.|
|SendMail||Method||Sends a message using the following properties:
|StartOutlook||Method||Starts an instance of Outlook.|
|Class_Terminate||Terminate||Clean up class variables opened for Outlook.|
|CloseOutlook||Method||Close an instance of Outlook; don't call this if you want to leave Outlook open.|
' Example of the COutlookMail class ' ' To use this example: ' 1. Create a new form ' 2. Create a command button named cmdSendMail ' 3. Create a new check box named chkDisplay ' 4. Create text boxes named ' txtRecipients ' txtCC ' txtBCC ' txtSubject ' txtbody ' txtAttachments Private Sub cmdSendMail_Click() Dim clsCOutlookMail As COutlookMail Dim fOK As Boolean ' Initialize Address Book class and connect to Outlook Set clsCOutlookMail = New COutlookMail clsCOutlookMail.StartOutlook fOK = clsCOutlookMail.SendMail(Nz(Me.txtRecipients), Nz(Me.txtCC), Nz(Me.txtBCC), Nz(Me.txtSubject), Nz(Me.txtBody), "", Nz(Me.txtAttachments), olImportanceNormal, Me.chkDisplay) Set clsCOutlookMail = Nothing MsgBox "Email sent successfully: " & fOK End Sub
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