Hi Larry, sorry for my ignorance, I don't understand what you mean and/or how to do that.
Does it mean you have to log out of the personal account and than log into the shared account?
So it is than you are either working in private/ either in shared?
In our company some of our colleagues have an added mailbox (account setting - more settings - advanced) from which they work and send mails from.
In this mailbox is a contact list with all updated business contacts and this is kept up to date by any of the colleagues.When sending a mail from...
Dear Diane, first happy new year!
Thank you so much for helping me out on this.
It is working like a charm (don't use the extra button though)...
All I needed apperantly from the beginning was the .value part in combination with item.userproperties.
I don't understand where this went wrong and...
Dear Diane, it is killing me... the UserProperties you have said to me already before, but I cannot call the user defined fields for some reason, that is why (also in the hyperlink) I now use the objitem.cc and objitem.bcc
Please find attached the form and the vba text.
Really hope you could...
I have two pages in my custom form:
- Message: this is the form
- ADMIN: this are all the 'supporting field'
On Message I have checkboxes, which are linked to text boxes on ADMIN, called chkbxo1val, chkbxo2val etc.
When the checkbox is checked, the corresponding textbox will show...
I have a custom form, where CC and BCC are filled from a custom field with addresses which are selected through checkboxes, e.g. selecting box1 and box3 will result in "email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org".
This is working perfectely, however upon sending I receive the message "This...
Can you help me a bit further, I have adjusted as follows to add value of Textbox31 in the body as well, however now the macro is not working:
objItem.HTMLBody = Replace(objItem.HTMLBody, "</body>", _
objItem.UserProperties("TextBox31") & olkMsg.subject & strTextEng & strLink &...
After some time finding bits and pieces, I have come quite far:
Dim objOL As Outlook.Application
Dim objNS As Outlook.NameSpace
Dim objItem As Object
Dim strStamp As String
On Error Resume Next
Set objOL = Application
Dear Diane and thanks for the quick respons,
I hoped to do everything in the one form; fill in the custom fields and send...
I guess, however this might be a work around for question 1, but how do I do this for question two, where I have to add the field values into a mailto hyperlink?
I am breaking my head about this already for some time. I have a custom form for eventually creating an email with a mailto hyperlink inside the body.
In the custom form I define a.o. [product], [subject] and the [receivers] for the mailto hyperlink.
All the information is correctly computed...