I'm trying to send an HTML file as 'body text' via MS Access vba using the Outlook.MailItem feature.
I'm able to do it fine with the CDO message object as follows:
But when I try to do this with the Outlook message object, I get an error.
I couldn't find a 'CreateMHTMLBody' option using Outlook objects, so I tried:
But received an error :(
The reason why I'm trying to use Outlook objects instead of CDO is that I want to save to my Outlook drafts folder.
Sometimes MS breaks things just for fun...
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