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Using mailAddress to popup address book

3 posts in Objects Last posting was on 2003-05-27 13:12:44.0Z
Evita Chapa Posted on 2003-05-27 12:39:44.0Z
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From: "Evita Chapa" <echapa@commtechinc.com>
Subject: Using mailAddress to popup address book
Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 07:39:44 -0500
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Morning Y'all:

Had a question - someone here told me if I used the mailaddress property
with a mail session without the important stuff in it (to, body, etc) the
address book pops up. I tried it and works great..One question I had (really
more for my users cause I'm sure they're gonna ask me) when the address book
pops up, it only shows To and CC - is that normal behavior? Is there a way
to get the Bcc to come up if I needed it?

Thanks

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Evita R.Chapa
Senior Systems Analyst II
Command Technologies Inc.


<WS> Posted on 2003-05-27 12:59:49.0Z
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Iam the culprit who gave that advice...pardon me Bruce...[GOD]...:)
Anyway, It sure would have BCC if your mail provider supports it.

GroupWise has it built-in, but for outlook you need to select it every time
you want to include it by explicitly selecting it under OPTIONS dropdown on
the button palette.

For outlook express this is different.

You need to select menu/view/all headers to enable it before you could
select and fill BCC list.

enjoy

WS

"Evita Chapa" <echapa@commtechinc.com> wrote in message
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> Morning Y'all:
>
> Had a question - someone here told me if I used the mailaddress property
> with a mail session without the important stuff in it (to, body, etc) the
> address book pops up. I tried it and works great..One question I had
(really
> more for my users cause I'm sure they're gonna ask me) when the address
book
> pops up, it only shows To and CC - is that normal behavior? Is there a
way
> to get the Bcc to come up if I needed it?
>
> Thanks
>
> --
> Evita R.Chapa
> Senior Systems Analyst II
> Command Technologies Inc.
>
>


Evita Chapa Posted on 2003-05-27 13:12:44.0Z
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From: "Evita Chapa" <echapa@commtechinc.com>
Subject: Re: Using mailAddress to popup address book
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Oh ok..I know I could see Bcc! as a recipienttype but didn't know how to get
at it. Ok, I'll just keep your message for reference. Don't have room on
my object to put BCC anyhow but in case the users ask...At least I know I
get to and CC..Thanks



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Evita R.Chapa
Senior Systems Analyst II
Command Technologies Inc.

<WS> wrote in message news:uoDihBFJDHA.311@forums-1-dub...
> Iam the culprit who gave that advice...pardon me Bruce...[GOD]...:)
> Anyway, It sure would have BCC if your mail provider supports it.
>
> GroupWise has it built-in, but for outlook you need to select it every
time
> you want to include it by explicitly selecting it under OPTIONS dropdown
on
> the button palette.
>
> For outlook express this is different.
>
> You need to select menu/view/all headers to enable it before you could
> select and fill BCC list.
>
> enjoy
>
> WS
>
> "Evita Chapa" <echapa@commtechinc.com> wrote in message
> news:eLiaM4EJDHA.218@forums-2-dub...
> > Morning Y'all:
> >
> > Had a question - someone here told me if I used the mailaddress property
> > with a mail session without the important stuff in it (to, body, etc)
the
> > address book pops up. I tried it and works great..One question I had
> (really
> > more for my users cause I'm sure they're gonna ask me) when the address
> book
> > pops up, it only shows To and CC - is that normal behavior? Is there a
> way
> > to get the Bcc to come up if I needed it?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > --
> > Evita R.Chapa
> > Senior Systems Analyst II
> > Command Technologies Inc.
> >
> >
>
>