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Send Object on WinXP

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I tried DoCmd.SendObject on Access 2002 with Win2000 and no worries, it
works. But, DoCmd.SendObject does not work on Access 2002 using WinXP.

Wondering if there is a work around?

Marcus
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Nov 13 '05 #1
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"Does not work" does not give us much to go on.
What happens that you don't want?
Error messages?
What doesn't happen that you do want?

What e-mail program are you using? Outlook?
Is it the same version on the two machines?

"Marcus" <to*******@yahoo.ca> wrote in message
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I tried DoCmd.SendObject on Access 2002 with Win2000 and no worries, it
works. But, DoCmd.SendObject does not work on Access 2002 using WinXP.

Wondering if there is a work around?

Marcus
******

Nov 13 '05 #2

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I am using Outlook Express (v6.00.2900.2180). What happens under
Win2000 is that on the I have a command button, that when pressed,
opens the Outlook Express compose window and puts a list of email
addresses in the BCC field.

The code is as follows:
DoCmd.SendObject , , , , , strBCC, "This is a Test", "Testing BCC
proc.", True

With WinXP, Outlook Express does not open. Instead the Netscape Mail
(v7.1) compose window opens with no email addresses in the BCC field.
Netscape opens even though Outlook Express is selected as the default
mail client.

My question is, what do I have to do in the code to allow Outlook
Express or Netscape Mail 7.1 to open under WinXP, with the list of
email addresses under the BCC field?

Marcus
********

Nov 13 '05 #3

P: n/a
I am using Outlook Express (v6.00.2900.2180). What happens under
Win2000 is that on the I have a command button, that when pressed,
opens the Outlook Express compose window and puts a list of email
addresses in the BCC field.

The code is as follows:
DoCmd.SendObject , , , , , strBCC, "This is a Test", "Testing BCC
proc.", True

With WinXP, Outlook Express does not open. Instead the Netscape Mail
(v7.1) compose window opens with no email addresses in the BCC field.
Netscape opens even though Outlook Express is selected as the default
mail client.

My question is, what do I have to do in the code to allow Outlook
Express or Netscape Mail 7.1 to open under WinXP, with the list of
email addresses under the BCC field?

Marcus
********

Nov 13 '05 #4

P: n/a
I am using Outlook Express (v6.00.2900.2180). What happens under
Win2000 is that I have a command button, that when pressed,
opens the Outlook Express compose window and puts a list of email
addresses in the BCC field.

The code is as follows:
DoCmd.SendObject , , , , , strBCC, "This is a Test", "Testing BCC
proc.", True

With WinXP, Outlook Express does not open. Instead the Netscape Mail
(v7.1) compose window opens with no email addresses in the BCC field.
Netscape opens even though Outlook Express is selected as the default
mail client.

My question is, what do I have to do in the code to allow Outlook
Express or Netscape Mail 7.1 to open under WinXP, with the list of
email addresses under the BCC field?

Nov 13 '05 #5

P: n/a
I am using Outlook Express (v6.00.2900.2180). What happens under
Win2000 is that I have a command button, that when pressed,
opens the Outlook Express compose window and puts a list of email
addresses in the BCC field.

The code is as follows:
DoCmd.SendObject , , , , , strBCC, "This is a Test", "Testing BCC
proc.", True

With WinXP, Outlook Express does not open. Instead the Netscape Mail
(v7.1) compose window opens with no email addresses in the BCC field.
Netscape opens even though Outlook Express is selected as the default
mail client.

My question is, what do I have to do in the code to allow Outlook
Express or Netscape Mail 7.1 to open under WinXP, with the list of
email addresses under the BCC field?

Nov 13 '05 #6

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Thanks!
That's a much better picture of the problem.
Unfortunately, I have no experience with Netscape Mail.
Sorry!
"Marcus" <to*******@yahoo.ca> wrote in message
news:11**********************@g14g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
I am using Outlook Express (v6.00.2900.2180). What happens under
Win2000 is that I have a command button, that when pressed,
opens the Outlook Express compose window and puts a list of email
addresses in the BCC field.

The code is as follows:
DoCmd.SendObject , , , , , strBCC, "This is a Test", "Testing BCC
proc.", True

With WinXP, Outlook Express does not open. Instead the Netscape Mail
(v7.1) compose window opens with no email addresses in the BCC field.
Netscape opens even though Outlook Express is selected as the default
mail client.

My question is, what do I have to do in the code to allow Outlook
Express or Netscape Mail 7.1 to open under WinXP, with the list of
email addresses under the BCC field?

Nov 13 '05 #7

P: n/a
Thanks!
That's a much better picture of the problem.
Unfortunately, I have no experience with Netscape Mail.
Sorry!
"Marcus" <to*******@yahoo.ca> wrote in message
news:11**********************@g14g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
I am using Outlook Express (v6.00.2900.2180). What happens under
Win2000 is that I have a command button, that when pressed,
opens the Outlook Express compose window and puts a list of email
addresses in the BCC field.

The code is as follows:
DoCmd.SendObject , , , , , strBCC, "This is a Test", "Testing BCC
proc.", True

With WinXP, Outlook Express does not open. Instead the Netscape Mail
(v7.1) compose window opens with no email addresses in the BCC field.
Netscape opens even though Outlook Express is selected as the default
mail client.

My question is, what do I have to do in the code to allow Outlook
Express or Netscape Mail 7.1 to open under WinXP, with the list of
email addresses under the BCC field?

Nov 13 '05 #8

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