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SendObject / Windows Mail / Vista

Posted on 2007-11-23
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hello,

can/will my SendObject code work with Windows Mail?

i got a2k and need to get stuff done on Vista

thanks!
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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SendObject uses the default mail client, so it should work with Vista ... have you tried it on the Vista platform?
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aye... i have... it just doesnt seem to work...

will post errors...
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"Run time error 2293; Microsoft Access cant send message for the reason stated in preceding alert."

when sending to windows mail.... (default mail client)
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Hmmm ... was there a "preceding alert" and, if so, what was the message?
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was no preceding alert at all.... no stop in code, no error message...

just got some random setting of variables before it then the SendObject then boooooom!
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just needed to SET the default mailer!
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