Outlook 2003 -Voting response and Distribution list.


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Nadeem

Hello All,

We are using Windows XP and developing desktop application using .net
3.5. and C#.

We are generating an email with some application data using the
outlook api. We are adding voting option to the email and want to
assing a DL ( distribution list) to the Voting.Response.

As long as i'm passing the user email id its working fine but when I
add a DL ( e.g # Our Brokers with semicolor added etc )

_mailMessage.VotingOptions = "Yes,No";
_mailMessage.VotingResponse = "# Our Brokers";

When the email is received by the user ( mail.Message.To =
"(e-mail address removed)") and when the user selects either voting option and
selects Edit response, the "To" box in email does not show ""# Our
Brokers".It fails to resolve the DL.

How can we solve this problem? I even tried the alias of the DL and
its not working.

Appreciate your help in this regard.

Farooq
 
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N

Nadeem

Hello All,

We are using Windows XP and developing desktop application using .net
3.5. and C#.

We are generating an email with some application data using theoutlookapi.. We are adding voting option to the email and want to
assing a DL (distributionlist) to the Voting.Response.

As long as i'm passing the user email id its working fine but when I
add a DL (  e.g # Our Brokers with semicolor added  etc )

_mailMessage.VotingOptions = "Yes,No";
_mailMessage.VotingResponse = "# Our Brokers";

When the email is received by the user ( mail.Message.To =
"(e-mail address removed)") and when the user selects either voting option and
selects Editresponse, the "To" box in email does not show ""# Our
Brokers".It fails to resolve the DL.

How can we solve this problem? I even tried the alias of  the DL and
its not working.

Appreciate your help in this regard.

Farooq

Any thoughts ...... ?
 

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