By Richard Rost 52 days ago
Spawn Multiple Copies of the Same Database
In this Microsoft Access database, I'm going to show you how to spawn multiple copies of the same database in Microsoft Access. This is handy if you've got a lot of repetitive tasks that you want to process and each task takes a lot of time. When you can run multiple copies of Access to process multiple tasks simultaneously.
Brenna from Irving, Texas (a Platinum Member) asks: I have a database that I built that sends bulk emails to all of my customers. I used some of the techniques from your email seminar, and it works great. However, the corporate mail server that I'm connecting to takes forever to send a single email. There's a huge delay between the time it sends and I get an acknowledgment. So, I was thinking, if it'd be possible to run multiple copies of my database simultaneously, I could send more emails because it opens multiple connections to the mail server. I've tried this on a couple of different computers, and it seems to work, but is there a way to just do it on one PC? It seems whenever I try to open a second copy of Access, it opens the same database window.
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