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I am attempting to automate sending an e-mail on a web based exchange server with multiple attachments (usually 2 to 3 attachments).

My script gets the first file name from a "My Computer Explorer" window (I am sending all files in the selected folder)

Activates the window "Microsoft Outlook Web Access" ,

Starts up a new e-mail, clicks the "Attachments" button after waiting for the "Untitled -- Message" window to exist. and waits for the "Attachments window to open up.

It then enters the path / file name , attaches the file and closes the attachments window (It has too be closed, its the only way to know that the files is done attaching, the "Close" button is greyed out while uploading).

It then goes back to the "My Computer Explorer" window , arows down to the next file and gets the file name.

The very next line of code is WinActivate("Untitled -- Message"), the window exists, but it is not activated.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


The "FileOpenDialog" "init dir" will not go to anything except for "Windows" , if you enter "C:\Temp" , the init directory is "Windows", even if "C:\Temp" exists.


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Hi Mike and welcome to the forums.

In order to assist you we will have to see at least the relevant portion of your code.

The FileOpenDialog() issue would appear to be a parameter in the wrong location but there is no way of knowing until we see how you called it.


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