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Automated login to different mailboxes on same pc

Automated login to different mailboxes on same pc

Automated login to different mailboxes on same pc

hello all.
being a complete newbie about lotus notes, i have trouble automating sending mails from an application through notes.

by using the following (roughly rendered) syntax :

LoSession = CreateObject("notes.NotesSession")
lserver=loSession.GetEnvironmentString( "MailServer",.t.)
lMaildbName = loSession.GetEnvironmentString
loMaildb = loSession.getdatabase(lServer, lMaildbName )

i can logon to the database of the last known user and send mails on his behalve.  What I want to do is be able to send mails on behalve of several users on that same pc.  I tried assigning according values to the lMaildbName but then the system replies that the last logged on user does not have acces to the other one's mailbox.

How do I change the Identity of the user so that I can access the necessary mail data base ?

thanx, many many times !!

Koen De Groot

RE: Automated login to different mailboxes on same pc

You need to to modify the ACL of the mail files that are concerned to allow your agent to access them.
Remember that agents will run with the authority of the last individual that modified them, so it is with that name that you must have access in the ACL of those mail files.

Check out this article at IBM's Developer forum, and this one too. I'm sure you'll find this an interesting read.


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