Creating Custom Button to forward e-mail

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Lotus Notes
Lotus Notes 8.5.2
Windows XP
Hi I need to create a button that when click will forward the selected email to a set email address, populate the subject line and either prevent the signature being automatically added or delete it once it's there! Does anyone have any ideas, I've managed to get as far as the button opening an email ready to forward,but thats it!

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win XP, Lotus Notes 8.5.2

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  • Gabe9527
    What is this to be used for - the problem is automating to code without having to get the user to accept you doing anything - ie ECL's. Send mail Use functions such as @MailSend to send mail
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  • BennLM
    The reason I need this is I use Evernote to collate information around various projects I'm involved in. When I receive an email relating to the project I want to be able to click one tool-bar button and have that email forwarded to my Evernote account email without the corporate signature so I can include it in my various action lists. I use Evernote to organise project info and todo lists to keep organised, and this would just speed up a sometimes slow repetitive task. My current button has the following code:
    @Command([MailForward]);
    @Command([EditInsertText]; "xxxx@m.evernote.com")
    This opens a new forwarding email with the address prefilled, but doesn't actually send it or remove (not add!) the signature I hope that clarifies it for you
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  • BennLM
    Oh and this is just for me to use on my local machine, not a network wide thing don't know if that matters, but I am the 'user'.
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