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Reading Emails Programmatically in PowerBuilder

Reading Emails Programmatically in PowerBuilder

Reading Emails Programmatically in PowerBuilder


I would like to know if it is possible to read email (generally MS Outlook) in PowerBuilder. Is it possible to extract the FROM, SUBJECT and BODY information programmatically? I understand how to compose and send mails, but I am trying to find out if I can open a certain mailbox and extract information from the mails it contains completely inside the PB code.

I have searched the web, this forum and browsed the Sybase PB documentation, but I cannot find any reference to this issue.



RE: Reading Emails Programmatically in PowerBuilder

Check out my blog post here.


"Nature forges everything on the anvil of time"

RE: Reading Emails Programmatically in PowerBuilder

Thanks much for the great sample code Matt.

I appreciate the help,


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