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    OS migration and Outlook not working in vb6.0

    Hi,

    I have migrated OS from XP to win8.1.
    Earlier in my VB application, I was sending email thourgh my outlook object.
    set outapp = createObject("Outlook.application")

    but now I am getting error "ActiveX Compponent Can't create Object." as i have migrated my OS.

    is there any other change in code? solution will be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    KK

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    Re: OS migration and Outlook not working in vb6.0

    Maybe a stupid question, but do you still have Outlook installed?

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    Re: OS migration and Outlook not working in vb6.0

    Thanks for the reply,
    I have win 8.1 with 64-bit. But problem is resolved.
    simply i closed outlook and open again. and run my VB6.0 application and send mail. I surprised. It was working.

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    Re: OS migration and Outlook not working in vb6.0

    and then what to use instead it?

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    Re: OS migration and Outlook not working in vb6.0

    Quote Originally Posted by krunal.itaction View Post
    and then what to use instead it?
    What do you mean? I thought you resolved the problem?
    when you quote a post could you please do it via the "Reply With Quote" button or if it multiple post click the "''+" button then "Reply With Quote" button.
    If this thread is finished with please mark it "Resolved" by selecting "Mark thread resolved" from the "Thread tools" drop-down menu.
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