Yo - Dave, my main man! >...you can get the user's e-mail program opened and set up more directly >using the shell command on Windows. > >The basic shell command is "start mailto:". You would set it up >something like this: > >set the hideConsoleWindows to true >if "NT" is in the systemVersion then set the shellCommand to "cmd.exe" >put "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" into tAddress >put quote & "my Subject" & quote into tSubject >put quote & "Hello." & quote into tBody >put "start mailto:" & tAddress & "?subject=" & tSubject & "?body=" & >tBody into tCom >get shell(tCom) This worked first time as is. Okay, so Eudora doesn't handle the "?body" param, but who the hell cares! Yeesh... /H is hoppin' an' jumpin' at this point. The ONLY line of concern is "if NT is in the systemVersion". Is the shellCommand still "cmd.exe" for Win95, Win98 and Win2000? /H Hugh Senior The Flexible Learning Company Consultant Programming & Software Solutions Fax/Voice: +44 (0)1483.27 87 27 Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web: www.flexibleLearning.com Archives: http://www.mail-archive.com/metacard%40lists.best.com/ Info: http://www.xworlds.com/metacard/mailinglist.htm Please send bug reports to <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, not this list.