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$oMessenger = ObjCreate("Messenger.UIAutomation.1")
$oMessenger.SendFile($email, 'C:\windows\calc.exe')

Ok, first off, I didnt find this, it was in a thread my w0uter. All im wanting to know, is how to get it working.

Ive googled, and googled, and cant seem to find anything. This, according to the thread, is meant to open a chat to $email, and send a file invite thingo. But, it just gets the "not available for this object" error.


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well running the above 2 lines of codes will not achieve anything.

"$email" is not defined first of all.


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well running the above 2 lines of codes will not achieve anything.

"$email" is not defined first of all.

I know that. That isnt my script, that is just the example code. Im just saying, it doesnt work. Ofcourse ive used an email there. And a correct filepath.

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I would suggest seaching MSDN, and also google for some examples in VB.

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I would suggest seaching MSDN, and also google for some examples in VB.

Ive been googling, and I found some VB examples, I even tryed them in VB. But still the same error. "Object doesnt support this action". And I looked at msdn, thats where I got the activity sdk. Didnt help much though.

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Okai, Ive found this: {See Attachment}

Though, I still cant figure this out, What is the object im meant to be using?

Apparently, its not Messenger.UIAutomation.1 Because that one doesnt seem to work.

EDIT::

Cant seem to attach, Here you go:

http://files.filefront.com/messengeruachm/...;/fileinfo.html

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What attachment?

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What attachment?

Wasnt attaching so I uploaded it :)

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$email = "UsersMail@whatever.com"
$oMessenger = ObjCreate("Messenger.UIAutomation.1")
$oMessenger.InstantMessage($email);opens conversation i guess you'll need this first before sending :o!
$oMessenger.SendFile($email, 'C:\windows\calc.exe');maybe you could try to change the path just try it with C:\test.txt or sumthn

because .exe's cant be sended @ msn :)!

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$email = "UsersMail@whatever.com"
$oMessenger = ObjCreate("Messenger.UIAutomation.1")
$oMessenger.InstantMessage($email);opens conversation i guess you'll need this first before sending :o!
$oMessenger.SendFile($email, 'C:\windows\calc.exe');maybe you could try to change the path just try it with C:\test.txt or sumthn

because .exe's cant be sended @ msn :)!

Thnkz

Ive tryed it with other files than an exe before, but doesnt work.

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Nevermind, I didnt know this was for messenger, I thought it worked for live too. Seeing as the commands like, .InstantMessage, etc worked on live.


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