How do I send an e-mail message using Windows API, without having to deal with an e-mail client.
Posted on 2001-01-14 17:41:00 by NoKe
This involves winsock programming and use of the SMTP protocol. Search Yahoo! for RFC 822. Xtreme
Posted on 2001-01-14 18:06:00 by xtreme
Dont think you can - you need to create some sort of email prog to do it. I made one for testing - d/l it at my site http://james.ezylink.net.au code is included showing how to log on to a mail SRV and send an email MSG to someone.
Posted on 2001-01-14 20:42:00 by James
well, i know there' s api to do it. if you want to know more about it, and how to encode in mime format, check worms virus codes, like in www.coderz.net check www.coderz.net/29a
Posted on 2001-01-17 13:41:00 by roy
I thought these MAPI functions... Is there somewhere a good example source code?
Posted on 2001-01-17 16:48:00 by NoKe
Hi, James, i've just gone on your site, and I've just seen your progs are NOT FREE !!! with NO SOURCE CODE !!! So I wonder if you are a programmer by job or if it's for fun. Vom-bonjour:-() I prog for fun and all is FREEware, people should take advantage of this, do the same in order to develop ASM PS:Don't be angry, I understand if your job is programmer.
Posted on 2001-01-17 19:08:00 by Vom-bonjour:-()
You can try microsoft homepage, and search for "wsock32.dll" or "ws2_32.dll" api's. You will need to initialize the windows sockets, creates your own socket, connect to the mail server and "talk" with him using smtp protocol (www.iana.org). If you need help, just post here... Cuntactor
Posted on 2001-01-18 12:30:00 by Cuntactor
Well, this isn't what I mean. I don't want to use the winsock approach at all. What I am asking for is the MAPI approach. It should be very easy, you just make a call MAPISendMail and you send mail... Is there a source code for this kind of stuff?
Posted on 2001-01-19 02:58:00 by NoKe
http://www.crosswinds.net/~win32asm/files/pcmail10.zip tadam virogen has ritten just an example like that..'>;)
Posted on 2001-01-19 04:50:00 by NervGaz