Here is email code I used in one of my databases. I just made variables for the person I wanted to send it to, CC, subject, and the body. Then you just use the DoCmd.SendObject command.
I also set it to 'True' after the body so you can edit the message before it automatically sends. Public Function SendEmail2Dim varName As VariantDim varCC As VariantDim varSubject As VariantDim varBody As VariantvarName = 'firstname.lastname@example.org'varCC = 'email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org'separate each email by a ','varSubject = 'Hello'Email subjectvarBody = 'Let's get ice cream this week'Body of the emailDoCmd.SendObject, varName, varCC, varSubject, varBody, True, False'Send email command. The True after 'varBody' allows user to edit email before sending.'
The False at the end will not send it as a Template FileEnd Function.
Creating HTML Emails From Access using VBAVery similarily to the VBA Outlook Automation procedure, one need only make a slight modification.Simply replace the line.Body = strBodywith.HTMLBody = strBodyIn which case, the sBody must now be in HTML format “ Your content goes here”. Do not forget the HTML and BODY tags.
The.HTMLBody can use most basic HTML Tags so go wild creating your messages (, )So our new HTML Email procedure would be. '- ' Procedure: SendHTMLEmail ' Author: Daniel Pineault, CARDA Consultants Inc. ' #Const EarlyBind = 1 'Use Early Binding#Const EarlyBind = 0 'Use Late Binding' #Const EarlyBind = 1 'Use Early Binding#Const EarlyBind = 0 'Use Late Bindingwould be declared publically in a standard module and not just in a single procedure.
Basically, during development, you’d use Early Binding to facilitate coding and have access to Intellisense, and then when you are testing and deploying your solution to your end-users you would switch over to using Late binding to minimize versioning issues with reference libraries. UpdateThings have changed since the article was first published.
If you are experiencing issues with the CreateObject( line, then see my post entitled. admin Post authorIn that case, one solution would be to change the strTo input variable to a Variant and pass it an array argument and loop through each element in the passed array to perform an.Recipients.Add. Don OldenburgDaniel,I’m can usually muddle my way through access, but I’m having issues. I’ve been running your email routine here for over a year now. And I use for both email and txt sending (email–text portal).
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My email messages I have a routine that goes through and sends to everyone in my customer database in a defined area. WOrks well for updating customers. On almost every message, I have been doing “preview” so it leaves it open in outlook, and then I manually attach a simple jpg.