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I need to be able to fetch and send e-mail in Gmail inbox using VBA in Access.

Is this possible? Does anyone have thoughts or code to share?
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The easiest way to do this would be to set up the Gmail account in Outlook and then use the MSO Outlook object model to fetch emails. You could also write a Macro inside Outlook to pass received emails to Access. If you want to directly fetch from the POP3/IMAP account and bypass Outlook then you need a library to manage this such as this one : http://emailarchitect.net/eagetmail/kb/vb.aspx
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