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Work order system -email import program

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I am currently designing a work order system for our service department. The system will be a place to se what your task should be for today and a possibilty for users to report task's for our service department.

John discovers that on of our conveyer belts makes a screeming sound. He goes to his computer and sends a e-mail to
This email goes to a server which has access running. This access database uses a mail import module (.mdb) that i have gotten from

This import module i want to run with a sleep function that checks the inbox (run the module) every 2 minutes or something.
The problem is that when this module tries to contact the inbox you get a msgbox in outlook that a program wants to access your inbox and you have to approve it. Because of this my hole plan is useless if i cannot get outlook to always accept request from access.

Is there anyone her who have a solution to this. Either to fix outlook or to use a different aproach.
If not i have to install access on all computers which should be able to report errors to the service department so that they can use a standard access form.

Please help a Norwegiean fella :)
May 21 '07 #1
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I found out that i can use Outlook Redemption to import mail messages from outlook inbox to a table in Access. But this programming is way of my level....

If there is someone here who can help me with an example on how to code a import of new messages from inbox to a table using Outlook Redemption i would appreciate it very much

May 21 '07 #2

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I'm sorry Mr Deej.
That link looks like third party software. This is a general Access forum and not a free coding resource. We're happy to provide answers where we can to specific questions. Unfortunately we don't have time (or inclination I suspect) to design anything for you from scratch.
We're about teaching how to fish rather than doing the fishing for you.
Jun 2 '07 #3

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You can control the security messages with this tool.
Jun 8 '07 #4

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