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Hi Guys

Bit of an odd one...

I have a single step script to send e-mail using "Send mail". I am using outlook 2003 on XPPro.

My problem is that in the script anything I put in the "message" option is ignored and doesn't appear in the email body - have i missed something really obvious

Many thanks

Simon

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Sounds correct. I am using a similar setup to yours. (XP Pro, FM8.5, and Outlook 2003)

Can you poste back what your send mail script step is with all the parameters?

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Hi John,

I have tried creating a new file and recreating script it still does the same - that is, if I run the script with dialog it ignores whatever I put in the message (when it pops up the e-mail).

If I run it without dialog then it includes whatever is put in the message box?

I am wondering whether its meant to work that way or is mine still wrong???

Cheers

Simon

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I dunno what to tell you Simon. It works fine for me. Maybe it is your Outlook. Do you have an other computer with FM on it that you can run it from?

Try reinstalling FM. If not, then your Outlook may be messed up.

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Hi John,

Just for the avoidance of doubt - when you run my script - with and without dialog for the Send Mail step - the resulting e-mail included the "message" text?

I will reinstall FM as well.

Thanks for all your help.

Simon

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