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I notice that you're passing servername rather than ProfileName to the Logon function, when according to my handy ActiveState Win32::OLE Type Library Browser the Logon function for MAPI.Session looks like:
Function Logon([ProfileName], [ProfilePassword], [ShowDialog], [NewSession], [ParentWindow], [NoMail], [ProfileInfo])
I have a mail filter script that uses the following code (which seems to work with your code as well):
$session = Win32::OLE->new("MAPI.Session") or die "Can't establish session : ".Win32::OLE->LastError(); $session->Logon(undef, undef, 0, 0);
You may have to actually provide values for ProfileName and ProfilePassword depending on how the defaults are set on your system.

-- grummerX

In reply to Re: Email on Win32, MSExchange by grummerX
in thread Email on Win32, MSExchange by Zo

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