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(Excel) Explaining the Email FromName, FromAddress, and From Properties

This example explains the email object's FromName, FromAddress, and From properties.

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'  The email's FROM name and address can be set in several ways.
'  It can include an optional friendly name (which is just a description),
'  and it must include an address.

'  For example:
Dim email1 As Chilkat.Email
Set email1 = Chilkat.NewEmail
email1.Subject = "test"
email1.Body = "test"

email1.FromName = "Joe Sample"
email1.FromAddress = "joe.sample@example.com"

'  the From property contains both the FromName and FromAddress
'  This produces the following output:
'  From: "Joe Sample" <joe.sample@example.com>
Debug.Print "From: "; email1.From
Debug.Print "--------------------------------------------------"

'  Examine the MIME of the email:
Debug.Print email1.GetMime()
Debug.Print "--------------------------------------------------"

'  Output is:

'  	MIME-Version: 1.0
'  	Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2016 12:32:13 -0600
'  	Message-ID: <02B461C6D12FA6686C3151A649ED8D5BBFBE0721@CHILKAT13>
'  	Content-Type: text/plain
'  	Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
'  	X-Priority: 3 (Normal)
'  	Subject: test
'  	From: "Joe Sample" <joe.sample@example.com>
'  	CKX-Bounce-Address: joe.sample@example.com
' 
'  	test

'  --------------------------------------------
'  Alternatively, the From property can be set, and this
'  implicitly sets the FromName and FromAddress properties.

Dim email2 As Chilkat.Email
Set email2 = Chilkat.NewEmail
email2.From = "Joe Sample <joe.sample@example.com>"

Debug.Print "FromName: "; email2.FromName
Debug.Print "FromAddress: "; email2.FromAddress
Debug.Print "--------------------------------------------------"

Debug.Print email2.GetMime()

 

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