Email with CC/ and Subject Line
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
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The user has noticed that the resultant email cannot be minimised. The Maximise box works, as does the Close box, but although the Minimise button is present, it does nothing.
The hyperlink thing was simple but I think I need to use code to mark it as high priority and unfortunately I don't know code.
When I click it I get an email with the right address and subject line, exactly as I need it, but I also get another blank email.
I've closed/reopened Outlook, and compacted and repaired Access db but it's still happening.
After I click the button, it first asks what type of file to send. I always want to send the reports as an .rft file, Next, it opens an email message and attaches the file.
What I would like to do here is add a couple of email addresses into the code so they prefill, along with a prefilled subject line and a small message in the body.
I still want the email message to show instead of automatically send.just in case something needs to be modified.
For example, lets say the field is call color and in that field I have selected Red. I want red to show up in the Subject matter in the email.
Take any thoughts on how I can do this
In the BCC: line I want to import email based on a simple query first and then they can fill out the rest when the new email screen appears. We have Access 2003 and it does recognizeour groupwise client and pull up an email screen but I need the BCC: line to populate the email addresses from my query.
The reason for this is because each email will contain 50+ subjects to fill out, each with 5+ items to fill out per subject. If I were to use the standard form, the person receiving the email would have to scroll through a very large email just to fill everything out. They also wouldn't be able to just go straight to the subject they are looking for without looking at the entire email. What I would like to do, is have them fill out a table or spreadsheet with the information, submit it, and then have those changes automatically entered into my table.
ID (an auto field)
Once the fields are filled in I want to click send (a command button located on the form) and the Note to field will populate the email address in anew outlook email, the re field will populate the subject line, and the message field will populate the body of the email.
I prefer this than sending an object, but if this is not possible may have to resort to sending the object.
my current code that is applicable to this part is
DoCmd.SendObject acSendNoObject, "", actext, "email at email.com", "", , "subject", strText