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Can't find VBMAIL.VBP sample project

Can't find VBMAIL.VBP sample project

(OP)
Can anyone point me to where to find the vbmail.vbp project mentioned in this article:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa733653%2...

I can't find it on the VB6Pro CD and I don't have a Samples folder in my Visual Studio folder (but maybe I chose not to install sample applications - it's so long ago I can't remember!).

- Andy
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If a man speaks in a forest and there are no women around to hear him - will he still be wrong?

RE: Can't find VBMAIL.VBP sample project

(OP)
I've got an email application which supports POP and IMAP, I was interested to see if it could connect to Exchange. Has MAPI been depracated in favour of something more up to date?

- Andy
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If a man speaks in a forest and there are no women around to hear him - will he still be wrong?

RE: Can't find VBMAIL.VBP sample project

MAPI has not been deprecated. Simple MAPI has been, though (CDO 1.2.1, which is what the MAPI controls wrap, has not shipped with any app or Windows OS for years). Sadly, most of Extended MAPI is not directly useable from VB6 (although it is if you get hold of the Redemption library, specifically the Redemption Data Objects, which are great)

RE: Can't find VBMAIL.VBP sample project

(OP)
Sounds intriguing, I'll download it and give it a whirl.

- Andy
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If a man speaks in a forest and there are no women around to hear him - will he still be wrong?

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