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Hello,
I want to use Access 2000 to send email. We use netscape for
email. I have read many threads and nothing addresses the issue I am
having.
My code line:

DoCmd.SendObject acSendTable, "Employees", acFormatXLS, _
"Us******@aol.com", "Ot*******@aol.com", , _
"Test", "Some message", True

The attachment, Subject Line, and Message show up in the
composition box. The address and CC fields are blank.

What did I miss?

Some suggested using "To: = Em***@aol.com" but no luck with that

Thanks,
Hank Reed
Nov 12 '05 #1
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"Hank Reed" <ha********@aol.com> wrote in message
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Hello,
I want to use Access 2000 to send email. We use netscape for
email. I have read many threads and nothing addresses the issue I am
having.
My code line:

DoCmd.SendObject acSendTable, "Employees", acFormatXLS, _
"Us******@aol.com", "Ot*******@aol.com", , _
"Test", "Some message", True

The attachment, Subject Line, and Message show up in the
composition box. The address and CC fields are blank.

What did I miss?


From Access 97 Help file.

**************************
....for Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Mail, Microsoft Windows for Workgroups
mail, or another electronic mail application that uses the Microsoft Mail
Applications Programming Interface (MAPI).

If you have an electronic mail application that uses the Vendor Independent
Mail (VIM) protocol and have installed and set up the dynamic-link library
(Mapivim.dll) that converts MAPI mail messages to the VIM protocol, you can
send Microsoft Access objects to the VIM mail application.
**************************

Do you know if Netscape mail qualifies according to the above?
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I don't check the Email account attached
to this message. Send instead to...
RBrandt at Hunter dot com
Nov 12 '05 #2

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