i have a problem in sending the data fetched from database to outlook express using java. How can i invoke components of outlook express using java or c++ so that the data is sent to outlook express. also how can i invoke outlook express using java. amit
I'm afraid I don't know anything about how Outlook Express likes to receive its data - hopefully one of our other posters can help out here. However, your user name is not valid, as it does not contain a first and last name as required by our site's name policy. Please register a new username. Thank you.
hey Not sure how to do this as I have no ActiveX experience. (which you most likelly need to do to be able to do this type of thing)...but IBM's alphaworks (alphaworks.ibm.com) has some sort of ActiveX bridge that lets you access windows stuff. This isn't a trivial task though...nor will it be portable to AIX/Solaris/Hp-Ux/Linux/Mac/Palm/uhmm/Minix/etc. good luck
I think you should be able to invoke outlook express (or any other program for that matter) using the Runtime class (lang package). Try it out.. Regarding send data directly to Outlook Express, i have no idea how to do it. If you happen to find out, kindly keep us informed. Madhesh
Hi, Yes you can do it. Use jintegra tool from www.linar.com. Download the tool. It is freeware but expires after a certain time. After you have to again download it. The documentation of this tool will give you how to use it. nitin
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
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