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Accessing the Notes mail send/spell check dialog box

This tip shows you how to access the Notes mail send/spell check dialog box.

If you have enabled the "Automatically check mail for misspelling" option in your mail preferences, you get a special spell check dialog box that allows you access to the dictionary and the "Cancel send" button. To get the same functionality from other databases, your form needs three reserved text fields:

$AutoSpell
Sign
Encrypt

"1" enables each field, "0" disables them. But each field must have a value.

Note: You need to send the UIdoc, not the backend doc, to get the dialog box.

If you do not set the Sign and Encrypt field, then you are presented with an additional dialog box to select if you want to sign or encrypt the message.

Example:

Sub Click(Source As Button)

 Dim workspace As New NotesUIWorkspace
 Dim uidoc As NotesUIDocument
 Dim doc as NotesDocument

 Set uidoc = workspace.CurrentDocument
 Set doc = uidoc.Document
 
        'Do not send the back end docuemnt - if you uncomment the next line you 
will not get the dialog box
 'call doc.Send(False)


 'You have to send the uidoc
 Call uidoc.send
 Call uidoc.Close
 
End Sub

Note: Clicking the "Cancel Send" button generates an "Operation stopped at your request" error which you can trap if required.

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