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RE: Implementing vCard in a VB environment
I have no problem allowing free access to the code...
At 04:34 PM 7/16/99 +0200, you wrote:
>When something nice comes from all this, we have to make sure that all the
>folks that come after us will not experience the same problems we have/had.
>Will it be possible to post the code or a reference on the IMC.ORG site?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: owner-imc-vcard@xxxxxxx
>> [mailto:owner-imc-vcard@xxxxxxx]On Behalf
>> Of Scott Klimowicz
>> Sent: 15 July 1999 11:49
>> To: imc-vCard@xxxxxxx
>> Subject: Re: Implementing vCard in a VB environment
>> I have written a parser in VB6 for an e-mail client I've been
>> working on,
>> but am still adding features. It is very accepting of cards read but
>> writes cards to the RFC specifcations for vCard 3.0. I, like Michael,
>> attempted to use the DLL's available at imc.org without
>> success. I have
>> not found any VB source code anywhere. I would be willing to
>> share my code
>> and collaborate with others ...
>> At 11:44 AM 7/15/99 +0200, you wrote:
>> >Maybe the question has been asked before, but I can't find the answer
>> >anywhere. So here goes (maybe) again:
>> >I would like to implement vCard funcionality within an MS Office
>> >Being a VB & VBA programmer, my C++ skills are very weak. At
>> imc.org all
>> >the libraries & source code for implementing vCard are made
>> for C++. It is
>> >quite possible that my solution is within the imc.org
>> provided files, but
>> >being a C++ nitwit, I wouldn't know.
>> >By the lack of having anything better, I started writing my
>> own basic vCard
>> >parser in VB. Obviously this is not a smart thing to do. My
>> question is:
>> >Does anybody have/know of VB source code to implement vCard
>> in a VB/VBA
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