Chapter 49

Working with An E-Mail Client

E-mail client is an application that runs on a personal computer or workstation and enables the user to send, receive, and organize an e-mail. It is called a client, as the e-mail systems are based on the client–server architecture. E-mail is sent from many clients to a central server, which re-routes the e-mail to its intended destination. Microsoft Office Outlook, IBM Lotus Notes, and Windows Live e-mail are a few examples. In this chapter, we discuss how to automate the e-mail clients and send and receive e-mails using codes.

MICROSOFT OUTLOOK

Microsoft Outlook is the e-mail client included with the Microsoft Office suite. It is designed to operate as an independent personal information manager, as ...

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