I'm still very new to Access, but have reports that are sent out daily using Groupwise 6.5. This is on a Windows 2003 Server.
Right now I have my Novell Groupwise email client running in order for the reports to be sent out. How can I do this so that Groupwise is not required to be running (will be installed of course)? I read up a lot about this and found some code along with the Groupwise API, but I'm not that savvy to incorporate these together.
I have Access databases that just sent out plain text and others that include attachments. I definitely will need the exact code (besides username and other email credentials) to use. Links will not help out much as I'm pretty sure I've scoured most of them by now and still running in circles.
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