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SendObject 255 Character Limit?

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Hi all,

I've read that the message argument in SendObject allows a max of 255
characters. Is this correct? If so, doesn't this render SendObject severely
restricted as a way to send emails from Access?

Regards,

Penny
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Nov 17 '06 #1
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Penny wrote:
Hi all,

I've read that the message argument in SendObject allows a max of 255
characters. Is this correct? If so, doesn't this render SendObject
severely restricted as a way to send emails from Access?
That is not correct. There "might" be some limitation that exists if you use a
macro to call SendObject, but from code you can definitely go way longer than
that. If there is a limit I would expect it to be around 32000 characters.

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Rick Brandt, Microsoft Access MVP
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Nov 17 '06 #2

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