Reply and Forward events are not firing if I use the VBSCript.


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Guest

I am working with Outlook 2003 custom forms. I am using the
Open,Read,Reply,Forward events in the form code. But I never see the script
executing for Reply and Forward events. Rest all are working fine. Do I need
to change any setting for the message or for the outlook application. Is
there any restriction on exchange sever security, not to run VBScript for
these events.
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook]

If code runs for other events but not for those, on the same message, the most logical explanation is that there's something wrong with the code itself.
 
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Guest

Thanks for your reply Sue Mosher.
If I forcefully call either reply or forward event script is working fine.
Is there any security restriction for these events in outlook 2003?
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook]

There are no security issues regarding these events. Maybe you could show some sample code?

--
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of
Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
 
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Guest

Here is the situation. I am sending the form as a message item. Everything is
working fine if I open this form from the primary mail account. If open the
same from the addtional mail account, which I have access then it is not
happening in OUTLOOK 2003 with XP environment. Previously even this was
working fine with outlook97 on NT environment. Can you please suggest me how
to capture Reply and Forward events in this scenario. You help is
appreciated. Thank you
 
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Guest

The problem has been resolved. I have selected an option "allow scrips in
shared folder" Now the form is working with reply and forward events. I am
very thankful to you that I have seen this option from your reply for one of
the posting.

Thank you.
 
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