You can use Collaboration Data Objects for NTS (CDONTS) to set more header information for messages that are created by using CDONTS. The Value
property of the NewMail
object lets you add more header information to the NewMail
object in CDONTS. To add the new header to the CDONTS message, you must assign the string to which the header is being set to the correct header name.
To do this, use the following syntax:
CDONTSNewMailObject.Value("Header String") = "Value that the header is being set to"
To set the Reply-To
property on a message that is sent by using CDONTS, follow these steps:
- Paste the following code sample into a Microsoft Visual Basic project.
Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim myCDONTSMail As CDONTS.NewMail
Dim strFrom As String
Dim strTo As String
Dim strReply_To As String
Dim strSubject As String
Dim strMessage As String
strFrom = "Sender@wingtiptoys.com"
strTo = "Recipient@wingtiptoys.com"
strReply_To = "Reply-To<Reply_To@wingtiptoys.com>"
strSubject = "This is the Subject"
strBody = "This is the message body."
' Create the CDONTS NewMail object.
Set myCDONTSMail = CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail")
' Set the Reply-To header of the Newmail object.
myCDONTSMail.Value("Reply-To") = strReply_To
' Send the message and clean up CDONTS objects.
myCDONTSMail.Send strFrom, strTo, strSubject, strMessage
Set myCDONTSMail = Nothing
- Add a reference to the CDONTS library to the project.
You can set the Value
property more than one time. Every time that you set the Value
property, another header is generated that will be included with the existing headers. For the headers to function correctly, the string that is added as a header exactly matches the accepted string.
A list of the accepted headers that can be used can be found in RFC 822.
For more information, visit the following Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Web site:
Article ID: 233293 - Last Review: June 21, 2005 - Revision: 2.0
- Microsoft Collaboration Data Objects 1.2 for NT Server
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