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Default How to use CDO for WIN2K to access SMTP Header

Where to turn ??
I am currently using VB6 to read and send IIS SMTP Mail Server messages whilst building DB from the mail content. Rather than place DB ID in subject line i now wish to access a header field ("Keywords") created by VBScript under CDONTS Newmail by web user. This doesn't seem to be possible under CDONTS so am looking at using CDO for Windows 2000 to do so. Unfortunately wrox manual doesnt cover CDOSYS methods or properties as it was in BETA at the time.

What code needs to be generated to access this header info ? and can CDO for Win2000 cohabit with CDONTS ?

Any pointers or help is appreciated
Thanks :(





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