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MailEnvelope2 Members (Microsoft.Office.Interop.InfoPath.SemiTrust)

This type is a wrapper for a COM interface implemented by a coclass that is required by managed code for COM interoperability. To access the members specified by this interface, use the type that wraps the coclass that implements this interface. For information about that type, including usage, remarks, and examples, seeMailEnvelopeObject.

The following tables list the members exposed by the MailEnvelope2 type.

  Name Description
Public property AttachmentType Gets or sets the type of file to be attached to the e-mail message.

This property is not CLS-compliant.
Public property Available Gets whether the other properties of the MailEnvelope2 object are available to code running in the form.

This property is not CLS-compliant.
Public property BCC Gets or sets the blind carbon copy (BCC) value used in MailEnvelopeObject that is associated with a WindowObject object.

This property is not CLS-compliant.
Public property CC Gets or sets the carbon copy (CC) value used in the MailEnvelopeObject object that is associated with a WindowObject object.

This property is not CLS-compliant.
Public property Intro Gets or sets the introduction in the body of the e-mail message.

This property is not CLS-compliant.
Public property Subject Gets or sets the subject value used in the MailEnvelopeObject object that is associated with a WindowObject object.

This property is not CLS-compliant.
Public property To Gets or sets the send-to value used in the MailEnvelopeObject object that is associated with a WindowObject object.

This property is not CLS-compliant.
Public property Visible Gets or sets the visibility of the custom e-mail message created with a MailEnvelopeObject object that is associated with a WindowObject object.

This property is not CLS-compliant.
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