How to access Mapi from command line?

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Hi guys.  I have a PC that has Intel Core i3, 2 GB RAM, 1 GB Graphics Card and Windows OS XP 64 bit.  I have been using Eudora that includes the MAPI server for my email and messaging needs.  How do I access MAPI from command line?  Thanks in advance.

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Best Answer by Davidson Mudge
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How to access Mapi from command line?

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Hello Horace,

I found a website that will explain to you how to send the emails in command line. 

http://www.windows-commandline.com/map-network-drive-command-line/

Click on the pictures in the middle for an example on how to do that type of work. If that website doesn't help you then try this one

http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2003/tools/Sending-Email-without-Client.html

I really hoped this helped

Regards,

James C Montes

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How to access Mapi from command line?

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Hi Horace,

Opening MAPI from the command line lets you open a specific folder. It opens in a cascading manner where in the folder should be in the same folder from the tree.

If you want to access your mailbox then the folders under your mailbox folder can be open using the command line for MAPI.

You can follow these set of syntax:

For Calendar folder:

Outlook.exe/select outlook:calendar

Open MyMail folder:

Outlook.exe/select outlook:MyMail

If you want to know more click the link here.

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