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    design outlook forms

    custom outlook forms on 2003
    i designed a form from a message form template but i want to have fields in the form body like you would on a webpage form. i've got it so it emails fine but the data in custom fields doesnt end up in the subsequent email.

    All really want to do is merge the contents of all the custom fields into the body of the subsequent email.

    anyone know anything about this?

    thx

    i've found some code aka

    Code:
    Function Item_Send()
    dim strMsg
    strMsg = Item.UserProperties("pupilname") 
    Item.Body = strMsg
    End Function
    but when the form tries to send get the error

    "microsoft vbscript runtime error: object variable not set"


    i dont get it
    Last edited by browolf; 9th May 2008 at 04:43 PM.

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