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changing the subject line in outlook1003 for individual mail on a mail merge

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have a mail merge db that needs to be sent out with a mass mail merge but each mail will have its own number in the subject line placed in the subject line been reading that its possible but how do you do it i am running outlook 2003
thanks in adbvance
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Karen Falandays earned 250 total points
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You would have to use VB. Try this method, in the link below
http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=153216
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its been years since i have programmed around outlook, but its coming back to me when outlook runs it always runs a macro, this is were i would have to program the data into to pages as i want will play around with this tonight
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Hi, sydneyguy.

You cannot use the built-in mail merge to send messages with different subjects.  This article from my blog contains a solution that is close to what you want.  If you want to use it, then I can modify it to handle different subjects for different recipients.  It uses an Excel data source, but I can change that too or you could export your database to Excel.
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by:sydneyguy
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my data is running from a access data base
would love to see how to do it if you can let me know that would be appreciated
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by:David Lee
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I'll need to know the names of the fields in your database. If you coul upload a copy of it, without the data, that'd be a big help.
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got a great system workign now and its doing a great job thanks for all the help
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