Hi all, I’m trying to send out emails from access using the SendObject ject acReport, StDocName. This code brings up the email client . SendObject acReport, stDocName, acFormatPDF, _ stRecipients, stDocName = “License CODs” stRecipietns = stRecipients DoCmd. ject acSendReport, stDocName, acFormatPDF, “”,,, “Emailing” & ” ” & strFileName ‘Close the Report acReport.
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Tried various methods; turning off the error description, exiting the sub etc Marilyn Myers, Dec 23, Nevermind, figured out the every other time thing. I have a DB in which any user from the user table can create an order, but only a user with manager status can approve and send them But l would like to email the order from within access and for it to be sent from the one who created it, not necessarily from a manager And the manager may not have the users email account included in there outlook accounts list that way when there is a problem or query about an order the supplier will be replying to the one who created it, not necessarily the manager.
The following code example includes the Employees table in a mail message in Microsoft Excel format and specifies ToCcand Subject lines in the mail message. Subject Optional Variant A string expression containing the text you want to put on the Subject line in the mail message.
SendObject, access will only use the default email account on your computer to populate the sender Is there a way to populate the sender based on email addresses in an access table? So the message itself will start with Sent From whoever is logged on to the PC It may be possible to use ‘sentfrom using CDO but I seem to recall that the best you can do with that is to set up a ‘reply to’.
Sendobject with multiple reports. Thanks, that works really well. A string expression that lists the recipients whose names you want to put on the To line in the mail message.
Thanks again for the tip! You should only use set with an object, not a string: If you run Visual Basic code containing the SendObject method in a library database, Microsoft Access looks for the object with this name first in the library database, then in the current database. Update Rem Next record rst. Jul 4 I was applying the filter in code because it can change based on what is selected in the form. MoveFirst Do While rst.
I can’t send an Access report via email using DoCmd.SendObject ac.
MessageText Optional Variant A string expression containing the text you want to include in the body of the mail message, after the object. Yes you do need the password or you’d be able to send ‘from’ any body. Sign up using Email and Password. It will go into the sent box of the current user I think. Sample code provided by the Microsoft Access Programmer’s Reference. The time now is Jul 6 Sdtocname Optional Variant A focmd.sendobject expression that lists the recipients whose names you want to put on the Cc line in the mail message.
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I thought of putting each filter in a separate report, but I would prefer to avoid that since it would end up adding multiple reports to my database that all do the same thing. Maverick, Sep 4, Stfocname you send a report in HTML format, one. Post as a guest Name.
Email Required, but never shown. Originally Posted by ItsMe. Not a bid deal though. You can use the SendObject action to include the specified Microsoft Access datasheet, form, report, or module in an electronic mail message, where it can be viewed and forwarded.
You need to put your error trapping prior to your first Exit Sub line. Description Select Case Err. A AcSendObjectType constant that specifies the type of object to send. What am I doing wrong?
After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. I have a report that I can open using DoCmd. The columns for these fields are included in the object, but the fields are blank. One thing I’m finding is that my filter only seems to apply every other time I press the button.
Outlook has no problem establishing multiple accounts, each with their respective “Send As” options. This works in Access andand I believe its the same code I used in at another job.
If you leave both the ObjectType and ObjectName arguments stdocanme the default constant, acSendNoObjectis assumed for the ObjectType argumentMicrosoft Access sends a message to the electronic mail application without an included database object. It only did it when I canceled the email, so I just added the docmd. You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here.
The only exception to this is that when you send a report in Excel format, a text box in a group footer containing an expression with the Sum function is included in the object.
I did not have any issues with warnings, security or otherwise. The emailer works great with just text, but when I add a logo I currently pull the related email address and store it in the temporary table.