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Kamil Segebre        
2 years ago
Hello.
I have a confusion. The email account I use is [email protected] and I use Google Chrome as a browser. This is not the Outlook you are talking about, right? You are talking about the MS Outlook app that I don't use.
Anyway I copied and pasted the code from the TechHelp database template into my invoice form (with attachment included) and it worked perfectly!!! Excellent!!!
But I don't see the email sent in the MailSent folder (outlook.com account) nor I received the email (in the recipient account).
Do you think this seminar will solve my need? I'd like to keep using outlook.com and google chrome.
Thanks in  advance for your advice.
Richard Rost             
2 years ago
Outlook 365 online and your local Outlook program are different things. If you have Access installed chances are you also have the Outlook app installed which is what was used to send your email. Open it up and I'll bet you'll find stuff on your Sent Mail folder.
Kamil Segebre        
2 years ago
Richard, my instructor, I am more than 100% sure that the emails are in the Outlook app, software I do not use. It was my confusion because I thought you were talking about Outlook online.
But let me tell you something. Your code worked absolutely well.
Excellent!!!   Very nice, NEAT. ELEGANT!!!  
ZERO ERROR.
The only thing I did was to change the tables and controls names and the path. And also I could put personalized name to the .pdf files.
I did this:  
    Dim InvName As String
    InvName = Me.InvPath2
         ' InvPath2: [InvPath] & "Inv_" & [InvoiceNumber] & "_" & [ClientName] & "_" &     [InvoiceDescriptionText] & ".pdf"  (in the query)
    DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputReport, "rInvoiceSingle", acFormatPDF, InvName

The result: Inv_22-143_RichardRost_1120S_2021
                Inv_22-144_Scott Axton_1040_2021  
        Inv_22-145_Adam Schwanz_1065_2021
NEAT!!!
For sure, I'm going to purchase all your seminars. I LOVE Access. I want to become an expert in Access.
But at this time I am in a hurry. I am preparing my office for the next tax season and I need to be ready. I am the only employee of my own office and I need to do everything.
And I want to keep using Outlook online and Google chrome. If the Email seminar solves my situation, I will buy it right away, and you tell me where to look specifically.
Thanks a lot, Richard!!!!
Richard Rost             
2 years ago
In the Email Seminar I show you how to send directly to an SMTP mail server online, so you don't need Outlook (or any mail program) at all.

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