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    Re: COM Add-ins (VB6)

    Outlook generates an event (Application_ItemSend) that you can monitor and, I believe, intercept. The explanation of what is involved with that takes several paragraphs, so hopefully you have a good reference that covers that part.

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    COM Add-ins (VB6)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by HansV on 22-Jul-03 01:51. Added reference to Outlook thread.)</P>Hello. I am creating my first COM Add-in for Microsoft Outlook 2002. I want my module to be triggered whenever the SEND button is pressed in Outlook. How do I cause this to occur?

    Note by HansV: This question is a sequel to <post#=276113>post 276113</post#> in the Outlook forum. Outlook has only one file in which VBA can be stored, so something else is needed to distribute code.

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    Re: COM Add-ins (VB6)

    You may want to also look into the OutlookObject_Send events (where OutlookObect is MailItem, etc.) Some MS newsgroup posts mention some sort of "unreliability" with the ItemSend application event in certain situations.
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