Tracking emails sent from VB

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Hi. Thanks for your time. We are expanding our in-house insurance policy program to send emails to our brokers. I currently create "form emails" asking for missing information, missing apps, etc.. Currently we drag the email from Outlook to the Desktop. Then drag the Msg file into our Documentmanagement software. So, my question is: How can I track/snatch my email object (either before .Send or after .Send) and turn it into a "temporary document"? If I can do that... I can import it to our documanagement software from there. Thanks, Sean Kelly Santa Cruz, CA
ASKED: January 12, 2005  7:07 PM
UPDATED: January 14, 2005  4:47 PM

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It sounds like you already have the ability to drag a file into your DocMgmt software, so that’s not what you’re requesting. It looks like you might be using a distribution list to send the same identical email to a bunch of people.

I think you request is for an automatic way for every email you send to be placed in a windows folder as a separate file, so that subsequently you can drag these files wherever they need to be archived.

Is that right?

If so, are you asking for one file per email, or one file per recipient per email?

I am thinking that it would easier to have the program that generates the form letter also create the temporary files, but maybe you are also trying to prove that the email was sent.

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