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MS Access 2010 - Send email from Form

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Please help with the VBA code. I would like to send an Email using Lotus Notes V8.5.
The attachment varies by email.  I would like to have code in a command button.

Operating sysytem: Citrix
MS Access = 2010
Lotus Notes V8.5

Thank you.
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There are tons of examples available on the Internet, here's one: http://www.vbaexpress.com/forum/showthread.php?p=266859

Or do you have special requirements?
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I need the email log in sent box.
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