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pat
Hi,

i'am using an ac2K progrom which sends automaticle emails with an
attachment.
Since last week , a error occurs with number 2293. Our mail program is
Outlook 2003.

It's probably a matter of safety in outlook, but i didn't saw an answer to
prevent this error on theweb.
Where can i configure the safetyitem that Outlook sees the mail not langer
as a potential virus or can i hanle this in access code ?
Our mail is stored in a servermap

regards, Pat
Nov 6 '07 #1
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pat wrote:
Hi,

i'am using an ac2K progrom which sends automaticle emails with an
attachment.
Since last week , a error occurs with number 2293. Our mail program is
Outlook 2003.
What's a 2293?

In your error routine, change it so that it reads
msgbox err.number & " " & err.description

BTW, you might want to search for Sue Mosher's ClickYes utility. That
may (or may not) address some of your email issues.

>
It's probably a matter of safety in outlook, but i didn't saw an answer to
prevent this error on theweb.
Where can i configure the safetyitem that Outlook sees the mail not langer
as a potential virus or can i hanle this in access code ?
Our mail is stored in a servermap

regards, Pat

Nov 7 '07 #2

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pat

hi,

error 2293 means he cannot send the mail.
followed site, http://support.microsoft.com/?id=884998 handle this item,
but i cannot see an solution

mvg Pat

"Salad" <oi*@vinegar.comschreef in bericht
news:13*************@corp.supernews.com...
pat wrote:
>Hi,

i'am using an ac2K progrom which sends automaticle emails with an
attachment.
Since last week , a error occurs with number 2293. Our mail program is
Outlook 2003.

What's a 2293?

In your error routine, change it so that it reads
msgbox err.number & " " & err.description

BTW, you might want to search for Sue Mosher's ClickYes utility. That may
(or may not) address some of your email issues.

>>
It's probably a matter of safety in outlook, but i didn't saw an answer
to prevent this error on theweb.
Where can i configure the safetyitem that Outlook sees the mail not
langer as a potential virus or can i hanle this in access code ?
Our mail is stored in a servermap

regards, Pat

Nov 7 '07 #3

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pat wrote:
hi,

error 2293 means he cannot send the mail.
followed site, http://support.microsoft.com/?id=884998 handle this item,
but i cannot see an solution
It appears that for some odd reason you either need to view the email
and manually send or you can press the message. Talk to MS about your
approval and direction for emailing. So either add True to the edit
argument in SendObject or get that message.

I don't use sendobject anymore. Besides, all my folks must view (at
direction of business owner) all emails they send, it should not be a
problem for me.

>
mvg Pat

"Salad" <oi*@vinegar.comschreef in bericht
news:13*************@corp.supernews.com...
>>pat wrote:
>>>Hi,

i'am using an ac2K progrom which sends automaticle emails with an
attachment.
Since last week , a error occurs with number 2293. Our mail program is
Outlook 2003.

What's a 2293?

In your error routine, change it so that it reads
msgbox err.number & " " & err.description

BTW, you might want to search for Sue Mosher's ClickYes utility. That may
(or may not) address some of your email issues.
>>>It's probably a matter of safety in outlook, but i didn't saw an answer
to prevent this error on theweb.
Where can i configure the safetyitem that Outlook sees the mail not
langer as a potential virus or can i hanle this in access code ?
Our mail is stored in a servermap

regards, Pat


Nov 7 '07 #4

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pat
Hi,
When i add the sendobject a true, I see the mail before I send him manualy,
is not really an improvent. It remains a extra clickevent to send the mail.
The send object is imbedded on a click event of a buttum en I send several
reports to different receivers. When I Have to confirm each mail separitly ,
it's no longer an automatic but a semi-automatic mail. Worser , it is
wast of time because the user could otherwise proceed which he was working
on.

I'am aware that safety comes first , but I think It must be possible to
configer outlook so far so Outlook sees no langer the programmed mail as an
possible virus.
It's a question rather to the outlook newsgroup i think , but i give a try .

I'am still searching to a proper solution.

regards, Pat
"Salad" <oi*@vinegar.comschreef in bericht
news:13*************@corp.supernews.com...
pat wrote:
>hi,

error 2293 means he cannot send the mail.
followed site, http://support.microsoft.com/?id=884998 handle this item,
but i cannot see an solution

It appears that for some odd reason you either need to view the email and
manually send or you can press the message. Talk to MS about your
approval and direction for emailing. So either add True to the edit
argument in SendObject or get that message.

I don't use sendobject anymore. Besides, all my folks must view (at
direction of business owner) all emails they send, it should not be a
problem for me.

>>
mvg Pat

"Salad" <oi*@vinegar.comschreef in bericht
news:13*************@corp.supernews.com...
>>>pat wrote:

Hi,

i'am using an ac2K progrom which sends automaticle emails with an
attachment.
Since last week , a error occurs with number 2293. Our mail program is
Outlook 2003.

What's a 2293?

In your error routine, change it so that it reads
msgbox err.number & " " & err.description

BTW, you might want to search for Sue Mosher's ClickYes utility. That
may (or may not) address some of your email issues.

It's probably a matter of safety in outlook, but i didn't saw an answer
to prevent this error on theweb.
Where can i configure the safetyitem that Outlook sees the mail not
langer as a potential virus or can i hanle this in access code ?
Our mail is stored in a servermap

regards, Pat

Nov 8 '07 #5

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pat wrote:
Hi,
When i add the sendobject a true, I see the mail before I send him manualy,
is not really an improvent. It remains a extra clickevent to send the mail.
C'est la vie.
The send object is imbedded on a click event of a buttum en I send several
reports to different receivers. When I Have to confirm each mail separitly ,
it's no longer an automatic but a semi-automatic mail. Worser , it is
wast of time because the user could otherwise proceed which he was working
on.
I agree.
I'am aware that safety comes first , but I think It must be possible to
configer outlook so far so Outlook sees no langer the programmed mail as an
possible virus.
It's a question rather to the outlook newsgroup i think , but i give a try .

I'am still searching to a proper solution.
Check out automation. Google for methods to send emails. You have
heard of Google groups, right?

Also, Google for Tony Toews sight, he has an e-mail faq at his site that
might provide some solutions. And if you are using Outlook, do check
out Sue Mosher's ClickYes that I mentioned earlier.


>
regards, Pat
"Salad" <oi*@vinegar.comschreef in bericht
news:13*************@corp.supernews.com...
>>pat wrote:
>>>hi,

error 2293 means he cannot send the mail.
followed site, http://support.microsoft.com/?id=884998 handle this item,
but i cannot see an solution

It appears that for some odd reason you either need to view the email and
manually send or you can press the message. Talk to MS about your
approval and direction for emailing. So either add True to the edit
argument in SendObject or get that message.

I don't use sendobject anymore. Besides, all my folks must view (at
direction of business owner) all emails they send, it should not be a
problem for me.
>>>mvg Pat

"Salad" <oi*@vinegar.comschreef in bericht
news:13*************@corp.supernews.com...
pat wrote:
>Hi,
>
>i'am using an ac2K progrom which sends automaticle emails with an
>attachment.
>Since last week , a error occurs with number 2293. Our mail program is
>Outlook 2003.

What's a 2293?

In your error routine, change it so that it reads
msgbox err.number & " " & err.description

BTW, you might want to search for Sue Mosher's ClickYes utility. That
may (or may not) address some of your email issues.


>It's probably a matter of safety in outlook, but i didn't saw an answer
>to prevent this error on theweb.
>Where can i configure the safetyitem that Outlook sees the mail not
>langer as a potential virus or can i hanle this in access code ?
>
>
>Our mail is stored in a servermap
>
>regards, Pat

Nov 9 '07 #6

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