You can try OLE, that would allow you to drive Outlook.
of course you'd need outlook on the machine.
I've had much luck using it for Excel and Access.
You'll need to find the OLE object model for Outlook
for reference purposes.
--- In email@example.com, "Charles K. Clarkson"
> n.samuel79 wrote:
> : Hi Charles,
> : I am new to perl.
> I assumed that. This is a perl beginners list.
> : My requirement is simple.
> : 1. I have a automated system, which will generates report saved in XML
> : file
> : 2. I want to convert the XML to .msg using perl. After that user will
> : cross check: from, to, cc, bcc, subject and msg generated in the msg
> : file.
> : 3. Finally he will send the mail
> Yes. You explained this in the first email. We already know the file
> format for producing and reading XML files. It is a well known industry
> You should reasonably expect us to already know this file format.
> You do not have to supply an XML file format because it is readily
> Outlook and Outlook Express produce and read .msg files. This file
> format is less well known among programmers. To aid us in helping you to
> produce, read and change this file format, you will need to supply us
> with relevant links describing that file format.
> You should not reasonably expect us to already know this file
> format. You need to supply the file format for .msg files.
> : Please guide me in this or is there is any perl package is available
> : in CPAN
> Well, you need to search CPAN for what you want and see if anything
> fits your needs. Go to: http://www.cpan.org/, select a search option and
> look for something that will help you with Outlook, an application
> which reads and writes .msg files. I have had good luck with the third
> search option (search.cpan.org).
> When I did a search for "outlook" I received 40 hits.
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