Email Addresses Changed From "mailto:" To "http://"
A.) How is this happening in the first place?
B.) How can I prevent the "[LINK] from happening?
C.) How can I change all of the "[LINK] back to "mailto:"?
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I was trying to fix the problem of the hyperlink issue, changing it from http:// to mailto: if you want to send email by outlook do the following:
1. Temporarily change the datatype of your field to TEXT
2. Run the following update statement (changing the table name and field
UPDATE HyperLinks SET HyperLinks.EmailAddress = "#Mailto:" &
3. Change the datatype of y our field back to Hyperlink.
I did it and worked
I am using the following code to send the contents of a record set row to email addresses in the contents of a different row.
Set rstAM = New ADODB.Recordset
rstAM.CursorLocation = adUseClient
rstAM.Open "Select * From tblTest", _
CurrentProject.Connection, adOpenKeyset, adLockOptimistic
Dim r1, r2, r3 As String
Do While Not rstAM.EOF
r1 = rstAM![EmpName]
r2 = rstAM![Email Address]
r3 = rstAM![Prim Bucket]
DoCmd.SendObject , "", "", _
r2, "", "", Hello, _
Chr(13) & r1 & Chr(13) & " You are selecting " & r3 & Chr(13) & Chr(13) & "Than You," & Chr(13) & "Management" & vbCrLf & vbCrLf, True, ""
The below is what appears in the "To:" section
It doubles up the recipient.
Any reason or fixes for this
but I want to add a CC email address and an automatic subject.
1) Private Sub SELECT_DblClick(Cancel As Integer)
2) FollowHyperlink "mailto: EMAIL ADDRESS"
3) End Sub
DoCmd.SendObject acSendReport, "reportname", "PDF", strTo, "firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com", , "subject", "Text Body", , 0
How can I make a button that will automatically insert all the email addresses into the "To" field of a new Outlook message
I have reviewed this forum, as well as others and have tried various ways.
Is null or (Like "*?@my.lonestar.edu*")
Is null or ((Like "*?@my.lonestar.edu*") And (Not Like "*[ ,;]*"))
Is Null OR ((Like "*?@?*.?*.?*") AND (Not Like "*[ ,;]*"))
The problem is that when I either try to test the rule on exisiting data or import new data, I receive an error that my data does not match the rule. I have verified that my email addresses are all @my.lonestar.edu
DoCmd.SendObject , , , "firstname.lastname@example.org", , , "Onboard Notice", msg, 0
But before it sends I get a pop-up from Outlook that reads "A program is trying to access e-mail addresses. do you want to allow this? ."
to remove any blank fields, and earlier in my project I used a sendobject to one address in this fashion:
False MsgBox ("Message Sent")
My question is how do I get the 'to' field in outlook to list all the email addresses in the query
If I were at the design stages of the database, I would have created a master "address owners" table, with one-to-one relationships to "customers" and "buildings" and a one to many relationship to addresses. However, the database is in use.
In order to relate "buildings" to "addresses" with referential integrity, I added another FK column to "addresses" to hold "buildings" PK. This works as intended, however now the addresses table have two FK columns that are both destined to be half null forever.
My fear is that would this structure cause problems down the road? Is itworth it to spend some hours to merge the PK's of my master tables (customers and buildings) into an "address owners" table whose sole purpose is to generate autonumber PK's forthose tables?