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 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 check
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 ( 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 tadam virogen has ritten just an example like that..'>;)
Posted on 2001-01-19 04:50:00 by NervGaz