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a Collaboration Data Objects for Microsoft Windows NT Server object known as NewMail.

With the NewMail object, developers can create applications for sending a message using as little as four lines of code. Note that NewMail is specifically designed for sending a message quickly. For applications that process incoming mail, developers must enlist the wider Collaboration Data Objects for Microsoft Windows NT Server library.

With the NewMail object, only four lines of code are needed to send a message.

When to Use Collaboration Data Objects for Microsoft Windows NT Server

The differences between CDO 1.2 and Collaboration Data Objects for Microsoft Windows NT Server distinguish clearly the suitability of each for its respective tasks. Because it is designed specifically for Microsoft Exchange 5.5, CDO 1.2 is the better choice for doing what Exchange does best: complex messaging, conversation threading, calendaring, and other collaborative applications.

In contrast, Collaboration Data Objects for Microsoft Windows NT Server is the better choice for applications involving bulk distribution of lightweight mail or iteration through a collection of SMTP messages on Internet Information Server 4.0 or Exchange 5.5. Collaboration Data Objects for Microsoft Windows NT Server also is more suitable for processing message queues without a mail server or without hosting mailboxes. Here, the distinction between CDO 1.2 and Collaboration Data Objects for Microsoft Windows NT Server is that Exchange supports individual inboxes and Internet Information Server does not.

Upgrade Issues

Note that applications developed using Collaboration Data Objects for Microsoft Windows NT Server can run as-is on a server that has been upgraded from Internet Information Server to Exchange 5.5 and that runs the SMTP ims wizard. That’s because the IMS wizard that comes with Exchange replaces the SMTP

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