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    Sending email from a VC++ app

    Suppose I have two email ids. Example:-
    idSender@yahoo.com
    idReceiver@yahoo.com

    I want to create a dialog based exe in VC++ 6.0. I place a button on the dialog. When I click the button, then an email should be sent from idSender@yahoo.com to idReceiver@yahoo.com
    The content of the email is simply "hello".

    Is this possible? If yes, then what code should I write in the click event of that button? If required, I can even hardcode the username and password of the sender id in the code.

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    Re: Sending email from a VC++ app

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    Re: Sending email from a VC++ app

    Thanks, golan.
    But what if I want to do it without opening outlook or any browser window? Sometimes when a Microsoft App crashes, then I get a message saying that Send report to Microsoft. When I click that button, then it does not open any browser but send the message. How to achieve that?

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    Re: Sending email from a VC++ app

    Have a look at the Andreas Masur's example (post#12) in this thread
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    Re: Sending email from a VC++ app

    Quote Originally Posted by visharad View Post
    Suppose I have two email ids. Example:-
    idSender@yahoo.com
    idReceiver@yahoo.com

    I want to create a dialog based exe in VC++ 6.0. I place a button on the dialog. When I click the button, then an email should be sent from idSender@yahoo.com to idReceiver@yahoo.com
    The content of the email is simply "hello".

    Is this possible? If yes, then what code should I write in the click event of that button? If required, I can even hardcode the username and password of the sender id in the code.
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