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Redemption.dll Help...

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Basically I am trying to send an email with an attachment. I have no problem doing this with the following script but the problem is the Outlook security window that pops up when it sends the email.

Func _SendEmailItem($o_Object, $s_SubjectEmail, $s_ToEmail, $s_BodyEmail, $s_Attachment="")
    
    Local $o_EMail = $o_Object.CreateItem ($olMailItem)

    With $o_EMail
        .To = $s_ToEmail
        .Subject = $s_SubjectEmail
        .Body = $s_BodyEmail
       If $s_Attachment <> "" Then
            .Attachments.Add ($s_Attachment)
        EndIf
    ;.Display
        .Send ()
    EndWith
EndFunc

There were some posts about using Redemption.dll stuff, so I kind of tried it out but didnt really get it to work. I am sure I am doing something wrong.

After the following script sends the email, it just sits in the drafts folder. Do I need to add code to force a "send/receive"?

$Application = ObjCreate("Outlook.Application")
$SafeItem = ObjCreate("Redemption.SafeMailItem");Create an instance of Redemption.SafeMailItem 
$oItem = $Application.CreateItem(0);Create a new message
$SafeItem.Item = $oItem;set Item property
$SafeItem.To="someone.@someplace.com"
$SafeItem.Recipients.ResolveAll
$SafeItem.Subject = "Testing"
$SafeItem.Send

Thanks.

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Where is the Redemption dll and documentation?


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Looks like you copied straight from the site, did you register the dll first? Edited by SmOke_N

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Looks like you copied straight from the site, did you register the dll first?

Exactly... copy & paste. Turns out I cant even do that. The Redemption.zip comes with a "Install.exe" and that should have registered the Dll. Anyway I uninstalled it (unregistered the dll) and tried runnning the script and I got an error. Then reinstalled it and the error disappeared. So it is registered but for some reason its not sending the email rite away. Weird.

@Smoke_N...thanks for your help on this...

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Exactly... copy & paste. Turns out I cant even do that. The Redemption.zip comes with a "Install.exe" and that should have registered the Dll. Anyway I uninstalled it (unregistered the dll) and tried runnning the script and I got an error. Then reinstalled it and the error disappeared. So it is registered but for some reason its not sending the email rite away. Weird.

@Smoke_N...thanks for your help on this...

It's not freeware, so unfortunately this is about where my help dissipates.

One thing though, it does have native options without the use of Outlook at all.

I'm confused on where Application became an Outlook object (didn't see that in the documentation).

Wish you the best.


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Thanks for trying Smoke_N...

Anyone else know much about Redemption.dll or can show me how to force a Send/Recieve in Outlook?

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Please see the FAQ on the redemption library site... this is the first question addressed there.

Dale


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