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SendObject doesn't send the email.

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My company's default implementation of MS Outlook is such that when a user opens Outlook, they are prompted to "connect to the server using the network or work offline or cancel this logon."
If my MS Access code runs DoCmd.SendObject while Outlook is not open, the user is prompted with this same message, and if they choose WorkOffline or Cancel, then Outlook doesn't open, the email is not sent, and no run time error is generated to indicate to Access that the message was not sent.

Can I open MS Outlook from Access and select the 'Connect' option using automation, in case Outlook is not open?
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