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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   5 months ago

Send Email from Access using Microsoft Outlook


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In this video, I will show you how to send emails from your Microsoft Access database using Microsoft Outlook. We will also see how to bypass the annoying security warning popup that Outlook produces.

Brent from Tracy, California (a Gold Member) asks: How can I send emails from Microsoft Access to Outlook? I would like to be able to send individual emails to customers, and also mass emails to all of the people related to a specific project.

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Members will learn how to send a mass email to multiple contacts using a recordset loop. We will also learn how to export an invoice as a PDF attachment and email invoices.

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  • If you want to learn how to do this without having to make the reference to the Microsoft Outlook Object Library, see my new video on Early v. Late Binding

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David Britz 
40 days ago
I had to do this in a recent client app, and since I hadn't seen this video, I just used the DoCmd.SendObject (since I had to use a report as an attachment). Would that be necessary if we were sending an attachment? Is there anything wrong with doing it that way?
Richard Rost
39 days ago
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. If SendObject is working for you, great. Stick with it. I prefer the method I showed here. But it's six of one, half-dozen of another. :)
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Michelle Maughan 
5 months ago
Hi Richard
Can you do a Tech Help Video on Email to SMS Gateways?
I have a lot of customers that are hopeless at answering emails but always seem to respond if I send them a txt message from my mobile/cell phone, which I don't really want to use. Read More...
Scott Axton
5 months ago
Up vote on this one.  
I think it would be useful to do appointment confirmations and reminders.
Alex Hedley
5 months ago
Twilio is an option.
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Joseph Messina 
5 months ago
Hi Richard:

     I was watching the video that you did today the send outlook email and I went to open the database template and it opens the multiple field find template.  Doesn't open the send outlook email temp[late that you just did in the techhelp video and in the extended cut
Richard Rost
5 months ago
My bad. Copy/paste goof. Try now.
Joseph Messina
5 months ago
Hi Richard:

   It right one now.  That is the first time i saw that.  I'm glad I caught iit and told you wrong download
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