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Delay sending an email in vb

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Hello All,

I have an Access '97 application that I currently have mail enabled
and sending properly. However, I want to add functionality to
effectively create a 30 day tickler, that would walk the end-user
through the process of creating the memo, but not send the email until
30 days from the current date. I can't seem to find any property that
would (hopefully) mimic this capability.

I am familiar with the basic .subject, .to, .subject properties, but
I don't think I have ever seen reference to a
magical .DoNotDeliverUntil property

If I go directly into the Outlook client, I can click on the message
window and then click options
In the message options dialogue box, I can select 'Do not Deliver
before' checkbox and and choose the desired send date. I would like
to (programmatically) set these paramaters from vb.

Thanks in Advance,

Svenman

Nov 1 '07 #1
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On Nov 1, 10:38 am, sasn...@Amtrust.com wrote:
Hello All,

I have an Access '97 application that I currently have mail enabled
and sending properly. However, I want to add functionality to
effectively create a 30 day tickler, that would walk the end-user
through the process of creating the memo, but not send the email until
30 days from the current date. I can't seem to find any property that
would (hopefully) mimic this capability.

I am familiar with the basic .subject, .to, .subject properties, but
I don't think I have ever seen reference to a
magical .DoNotDeliverUntil property

If I go directly into the Outlook client, I can click on the message
window and then click options
In the message options dialogue box, I can select 'Do not Deliver
before' checkbox and and choose the desired send date. I would like
to (programmatically) set these paramaters from vb.

Thanks in Advance,

Svenman
You are in the wrong newsgroup. This is the newsgroup for Visual
Basic .Net, and not the one for Visual Basic for Applications.

Thanks,

Seth Rowe

Nov 1 '07 #2

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