We've got a application that needs to create an email from a web page using the details of the user thats accessing that particular page.
So, for example, if a user logs on to the web app, browses to the email page and clicks on a send button Notes is then loaded to the foreground and a new mail document is created with the Subject, Body and other info pre-populated, based on what they did on the web page, they are then free to browse the address book and have access to the other functionality that Notes provides, such as adding attachments etc...
My problem with this is that if I try and close Lotus Notes, without first closing the web page, I get the following application error:
The instruction at "0x015dfa03" referenced memory at "0x03a606f0". The memory could not be "read".
Has anyone tried to implement something similar to this before?
The web page is written using MS .NET (C# code behind), the component that sends the email has been created in VB 6 and is embedded on the webpage as an Active X control packaged in a cab file.
Any and all help is greatly appreciated.