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Open emails just sent, and clicking a link?

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Aye guys, I was just wondering if it's anywhere possible in AutoIT, to click a link inside an email that has just been sent to you? That's my only question. I only know of sending mail, I want to get it :). Thanks for your time guys.

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Aye guys, I was just wondering if it's anywhere possible in AutoIT, to click a link inside an email that has just been sent to you? That's my only question. I only know of sending mail, I want to get it :). Thanks for your time guys.

GUI ><><

Autoit is a good program, all it's possible... but you must read manual and try to find a best solution for you.

You use a mail client o IE ???

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In Outlook it is possible using the outlook COM objects and methods.

What is your mail client?

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In Outlook it is possible using the outlook COM objects and methods.

What is your mail client?

It would depend on what the domain for the emails are used. Could be gmail, yahoo, msn, hotmail, those popular ones etc. Basically, the emails would be inserted somewhere, then an email is sent out to them . Then I would want to click a link on the email sent to them.

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I didnt get you. How do you plan to sent the emails? Which client are you going to use?

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from your description you want to send someone an email, then make their computer click a link in the email you sent? or do you want your computer to automatically click a link in an email you recieve?


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I'm sorry guys, it's confusing. BASCALLY, my program right now sends email messages out to a list of emails. Then I want to click a link that was in the email message, for every email address the message was sent to.

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I'm sorry guys, it's confusing. BASCALLY, my program right now sends email messages out to a list of emails. Then I want to click a link that was in the email message, for every email address the message was sent to.

"Still as clear as mud".

What about you try to use a few sentences and properly describe what you want.

On the other hand, maybe you should start trying things yourself first instead of asking everything you think of...

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Now i got you.Yes it is possible. Post your "sending mail" code.

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It's not me sending the emails, it's a website.

$emailbox = _IEFormElementGetObjByName($NewForm,'emails')
        For $l = 0 To _GUICtrlListBox_GetCount($EmailList) - 1
            $aEmail = _GUICtrlListBox_GetText($EmailList,$l)
            _GUICtrlEdit_InsertText($tehemails,$aEmail & ',')
        Next
        _IEFormElementSetValue($emailbox,GUICtrlRead($tehemails))
    $messagebox = _IEFormElementGetObjByName($NewForm,'message')
    _IEFormElementSetValue($messagebox,GUICtrlRead($PM))
    If $running = 0 Then Return
    _IEFormSubmit($oForm)

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