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How I would go up about it is use the run command with the @SW_HIDE macro to start it but keep the window hidden. Then use control clicks etc. to do open new letters etc. and save as to your folder. I don't use Outlook so I can't give you specifics.

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How to write the program starting Outlook Express 6, and then copying the received letter, (if it is received) to a concrete folder, for example, C:\Documents and Settings\1?

That would require saving the email as a .msg or exporting it. What code do you have so far?

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