Mail Merge to email with attachments

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K

KimS

I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple emails

with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug Robbins).

The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a way around

it.

"Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following error:

Compile Error: User-defined type not defined

I don't know if and when I get around this there will be more errors or not...

My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The email

text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a unique

attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis and are sent

out via email after each update.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

It's a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References command to

add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook library and any other non-Word

library that your code might nteed.

Sue Mosher

"KimS" <KimS> wrote in message

news:83951764-F892-4F60-9C07-72B672DC0CD4@microsoft.com...
> I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple emails
> with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug
> Robbins).
> The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a way around
> it.
> "Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following error:
> Compile Error: User-defined type not defined

> I don't know if and when I get around this there will be more errors or
> not...

> My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The email
> text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a unique
> attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis and are
> sent
> out via email after each update.

> Any help is greatly appreciated.
 
K

KimS

Thanks for the quick response. I probably should have mentioned a couple of

other items: 1) I have MS Office 2003 and VBA version 6.5. 2) I am not well

versed in VBA, though I have developed a few macros to make life easier.

When I go to references, all I can do is either select or disselect objects.

There is no option for modification. I do have the Microsoft Office 11.0

Object Library selected.

Is there an easier way to link emails with unique files for a large emailing?

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:


> It's a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References command to
> add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook library and any other non-Word
> library that your code might nteed.

> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> news:83951764-F892-4F60-9C07-72B672DC0CD4@microsoft.com...
> >I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple emails
> > with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug
> > Robbins).
> > The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a way around
> > it.
> > "Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following error:
> > Compile Error: User-defined type not defined
> > I don't know if and when I get around this there will be more errors or
> > not...
> > My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The email
> > text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a unique
> > attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis and are
> > sent
> > out via email after each update.
> > Any help is greatly appreciated.


>
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

Who said anything about modification? Choose Tools | References, find the

Microsoft Outlook library and select it.

If you don't want to write code, I'm sure the http://www.slipstick.com site

can point you to tools you can download to do that kind of mailing.

Sue Mosher

"KimS" <KimS> wrote in message

news:6D21B702-596D-4CC5-98FD-2F1CFD6482E8@microsoft.com...
> Thanks for the quick response. I probably should have mentioned a couple
> of
> other items: 1) I have MS Office 2003 and VBA version 6.5. 2) I am not
> well
> versed in VBA, though I have developed a few macros to make life easier.

> When I go to references, all I can do is either select or disselect
> objects.
> There is no option for modification. I do have the Microsoft Office 11.0
> Object Library selected.

> Is there an easier way to link emails with unique files for a large
> emailing?

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > It's a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References command
> > to
> > add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook library and any other non-Word
> > library that your code might nteed.
>

>> "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> > news:83951764-F892-4F60-9C07-72B672DC0CD4@microsoft.com...
> > >I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple
> > >emails
> > > with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug
> > > Robbins).
> > > The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a way
> > > around
> > > it.
> > > "Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following error:
> > > Compile Error: User-defined type not defined
> >> > I don't know if and when I get around this there will be more errors or
> > > not...
> >> > My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The
> > > email
> > > text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a unique
> > > attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis and are
> > > sent
> > > out via email after each update.
> >> > Any help is greatly appreciated.

>

>
>>
 
K

KimS

Thank you Sue. I am not sure what is different now than before - the Outlook

objects were selected, but I started over this time.

It appears to run through the paces, now I just need to figure out why no

emails were received by my test subjects.

Thank you for the help - it is really appreciated. I'll be tweaking my

program now as needed.

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:


> Who said anything about modification? Choose Tools | References, find the
> Microsoft Outlook library and select it.

> If you don't want to write code, I'm sure the http://www.slipstick.com site
> can point you to tools you can download to do that kind of mailing.

> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> news:6D21B702-596D-4CC5-98FD-2F1CFD6482E8@microsoft.com...
> > Thanks for the quick response. I probably should have mentioned a couple
> > of
> > other items: 1) I have MS Office 2003 and VBA version 6.5. 2) I am not
> > well
> > versed in VBA, though I have developed a few macros to make life easier.
> > When I go to references, all I can do is either select or disselect
> > objects.
> > There is no option for modification. I do have the Microsoft Office 11.0
> > Object Library selected.
> > Is there an easier way to link emails with unique files for a large
> > emailing?
> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >
> >> It's a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References command
> >> to
> >> add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook library and any other non-Word
> >> library that your code might nteed.
> >
> >> "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> >> news:83951764-F892-4F60-9C07-72B672DC0CD4@microsoft.com...
> >> >I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple
> >> >emails
> >> > with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug
> >> > Robbins).
> >> > The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a way
> >> > around
> >> > it.
> >> > "Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following error:
> >> > Compile Error: User-defined type not defined
> >> >> > I don't know if and when I get around this there will be more errors or
> >> > not...
> >> >> > My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The
> >> > email
> >> > text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a unique
> >> > attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis and are
> >> > sent
> >> > out via email after each update.
> >> >> > Any help is greatly appreciated.
> >
> >
> >>


>
 
T

Tirath

"KimS" wrote:


> Thank you Sue. I am not sure what is different now than before - the Outlook
> objects were selected, but I started over this time.

> It appears to run through the paces, now I just need to figure out why no
> emails were received by my test subjects.

> Thank you for the help - it is really appreciated. I'll be tweaking my
> program now as needed.

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > Who said anything about modification? Choose Tools | References, find the
> > Microsoft Outlook library and select it.
> > If you don't want to write code, I'm sure the http://www.slipstick.com site
> > can point you to tools you can download to do that kind of mailing.
> > > > Sue Mosher
> > > > > > > > "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> > news:6D21B702-596D-4CC5-98FD-2F1CFD6482E8@microsoft.com...
> > > Thanks for the quick response. I probably should have mentioned a couple
> > > of
> > > other items: 1) I have MS Office 2003 and VBA version 6.5. 2) I am not
> > > well
> > > versed in VBA, though I have developed a few macros to make life easier.
> > > > When I go to references, all I can do is either select or disselect
> > > objects.
> > > There is no option for modification. I do have the Microsoft Office 11.0
> > > Object Library selected.
> > > > Is there an easier way to link emails with unique files for a large
> > > emailing?
> > > > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> > > >> It's a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References command
> > >> to
> > >> add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook library and any other non-Word
> > >> library that your code might nteed.
> > >
> > >> "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> > >> news:83951764-F892-4F60-9C07-72B672DC0CD4@microsoft.com...
> > >> >I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple
> > >> >emails
> > >> > with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug
> > >> > Robbins).
> > >> > The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a way
> > >> > around
> > >> > it.
> > >> > "Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following error:
> > >> > Compile Error: User-defined type not defined
> > >> > >> > I don't know if and when I get around this there will be more errors or
> > >> > not...
> > >> > >> > My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The
> > >> > email
> > >> > text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a unique
> > >> > attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis and are
> > >> > sent
> > >> > out via email after each update.
> > >> > >> > Any help is greatly appreciated.
> > >
> > >
> > >>

> >
 
T

Tirath

Sue,

i am facing the same problem.

Microsoft Office 11.0 Object Library is already selected, but it doesn't

work.....

I am running the following code.

Sub emailmergewithattachments()

Dim Source As Document, Maillist As Document, TempDoc As Document

Dim Datarange As Range

Dim i As Long, j As Long

Dim bStarted As Boolean

Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application

Dim oItem As Outlook.MailItem

Dim mysubject As String, message As String, title As String

Set Source = ActiveDocument

' Check if Outlook is running. If it is not, start Outlook

On Error Resume Next

Set oOutlookApp = GetObject(, "Outlook.Application")

If Err <> 0 Then

Set oOutlookApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

bStarted = True

End If

' Open the catalog mailmerge document

With Dialogs(wdDialogFileOpen)

> Show

End With

Set Maillist = ActiveDocument

' Show an input box asking the user for the subject to be inserted into the

email messages

message = "Enter the subject to be used for each email message." ' Set

prompt.

title = " Email Subject Input" ' Set title.

' Display message, title

mysubject = InputBox(message, title)

' Iterate through the Sections of the Source document and the rows of the

catalog mailmerge document,

' extracting the information to be included in each email.

For j = 1 To Source.Sections.Count - 1

Set oItem = oOutlookApp.CreateItem(olMailItem)

With oItem

> Subject = mysubject

> Body = Source.Sections(j).Range.Text

Set Datarange = Maillist.Tables(1).Cell(j, 1).Range

Datarange.End = Datarange.End - 1

> To = Datarange

For i = 2 To Maillist.Tables(1).Columns.Count

Set Datarange = Maillist.Tables(1).Cell(j, i).Range

Datarange.End = Datarange.End - 1

> Attachments.Add Trim(Datarange.Text), olByValue, 1

Next i

> Send

End With

Set oItem = Nothing

Next j

Maillist.Close wdDoNotSaveChanges

' Close Outlook if it was started by this macro.

If bStarted Then

oOutlookApp.Quit

End If

MsgBox Source.Sections.Count - 1 & " messages have been sent."

'Clean up

Set oOutlookApp = Nothing

End Sub

"KimS" wrote:


> Thank you Sue. I am not sure what is different now than before - the Outlook
> objects were selected, but I started over this time.

> It appears to run through the paces, now I just need to figure out why no
> emails were received by my test subjects.

> Thank you for the help - it is really appreciated. I'll be tweaking my
> program now as needed.

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > Who said anything about modification? Choose Tools | References, find the
> > Microsoft Outlook library and select it.
> > If you don't want to write code, I'm sure the http://www.slipstick.com site
> > can point you to tools you can download to do that kind of mailing.
> > > > Sue Mosher
> > > > > > > > "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> > news:6D21B702-596D-4CC5-98FD-2F1CFD6482E8@microsoft.com...
> > > Thanks for the quick response. I probably should have mentioned a couple
> > > of
> > > other items: 1) I have MS Office 2003 and VBA version 6.5. 2) I am not
> > > well
> > > versed in VBA, though I have developed a few macros to make life easier.
> > > > When I go to references, all I can do is either select or disselect
> > > objects.
> > > There is no option for modification. I do have the Microsoft Office 11.0
> > > Object Library selected.
> > > > Is there an easier way to link emails with unique files for a large
> > > emailing?
> > > > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> > > >> It's a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References command
> > >> to
> > >> add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook library and any other non-Word
> > >> library that your code might nteed.
> > >
> > >> "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> > >> news:83951764-F892-4F60-9C07-72B672DC0CD4@microsoft.com...
> > >> >I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple
> > >> >emails
> > >> > with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug
> > >> > Robbins).
> > >> > The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a way
> > >> > around
> > >> > it.
> > >> > "Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following error:
> > >> > Compile Error: User-defined type not defined
> > >> > >> > I don't know if and when I get around this there will be more errors or
> > >> > not...
> > >> > >> > My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The
> > >> > email
> > >> > text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a unique
> > >> > attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis and are
> > >> > sent
> > >> > out via email after each update.
> > >> > >> > Any help is greatly appreciated.
> > >
> > >
> > >>

> >
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

Did you follow my advice to Kim and add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook

11.0 library? If so, then you need to explain exactly what isn't working in

your particular case.

Sue Mosher

"Tirath" <Tirath> wrote in message

news:83FB6B87-E621-4AED-BF54-AA189004FDDB@microsoft.com...
> Sue,

> i am facing the same problem.

> Microsoft Office 11.0 Object Library is already selected, but it doesn't
> work.....

> I am running the following code.

> Sub emailmergewithattachments()

> Dim Source As Document, Maillist As Document, TempDoc As Document
> Dim Datarange As Range
> Dim i As Long, j As Long
> Dim bStarted As Boolean
> Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application
> Dim oItem As Outlook.MailItem
> Dim mysubject As String, message As String, title As String

> Set Source = ActiveDocument

> ' Check if Outlook is running. If it is not, start Outlook
> On Error Resume Next
> Set oOutlookApp = GetObject(, "Outlook.Application")
> If Err <> 0 Then
> Set oOutlookApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
> bStarted = True
> End If

> ' Open the catalog mailmerge document
> With Dialogs(wdDialogFileOpen)
> .Show
> End With
> Set Maillist = ActiveDocument

> ' Show an input box asking the user for the subject to be inserted into
> the
> email messages
> message = "Enter the subject to be used for each email message." ' Set
> prompt.
> title = " Email Subject Input" ' Set title.
> ' Display message, title
> mysubject = InputBox(message, title)

> ' Iterate through the Sections of the Source document and the rows of the
> catalog mailmerge document,
> ' extracting the information to be included in each email.
> For j = 1 To Source.Sections.Count - 1
> Set oItem = oOutlookApp.CreateItem(olMailItem)
> With oItem
> .Subject = mysubject
> .Body = Source.Sections(j).Range.Text
> Set Datarange = Maillist.Tables(1).Cell(j, 1).Range
> Datarange.End = Datarange.End - 1
> .To = Datarange
> For i = 2 To Maillist.Tables(1).Columns.Count
> Set Datarange = Maillist.Tables(1).Cell(j, i).Range
> Datarange.End = Datarange.End - 1
> .Attachments.Add Trim(Datarange.Text), olByValue, 1
> Next i
> .Send
> End With
> Set oItem = Nothing
> Next j
> Maillist.Close wdDoNotSaveChanges

> ' Close Outlook if it was started by this macro.
> If bStarted Then
> oOutlookApp.Quit
> End If

> MsgBox Source.Sections.Count - 1 & " messages have been sent."

> 'Clean up
> Set oOutlookApp = Nothing

> End Sub

> "KimS" wrote:
>
> > Thank you Sue. I am not sure what is different now than before - the
> > Outlook
> > objects were selected, but I started over this time.
>

>> It appears to run through the paces, now I just need to figure out why no
> > emails were received by my test subjects.
>

>> Thank you for the help - it is really appreciated. I'll be tweaking my
> > program now as needed.
>

>> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >
> > > Who said anything about modification? Choose Tools | References, find
> > > the
> > > Microsoft Outlook library and select it.
> >> > If you don't want to write code, I'm sure the http://www.slipstick.com
> > > site
> > > can point you to tools you can download to do that kind of mailing.
> >> > > > > Sue Mosher
> > > >> > >> > >>>> > "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> > > news:6D21B702-596D-4CC5-98FD-2F1CFD6482E8@microsoft.com...
> > > > Thanks for the quick response. I probably should have mentioned a
> > > > couple
> > > > of
> > > > other items: 1) I have MS Office 2003 and VBA version 6.5. 2) I am
> > > > not
> > > > well
> > > > versed in VBA, though I have developed a few macros to make life
> > > > easier.
> > >> > > When I go to references, all I can do is either select or disselect
> > > > objects.
> > > > There is no option for modification. I do have the Microsoft Office
> > > > 11.0
> > > > Object Library selected.
> > >> > > Is there an easier way to link emails with unique files for a large
> > > > emailing?
> > >> > > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> > >> > >> It's a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References
> > > >> command
> > > >> to
> > > >> add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook library and any other
> > > >> non-Word
> > > >> library that your code might nteed.
> > > >
>> > >> "KimS" <KimS> wrote in message
> > > >> news:83951764-F892-4F60-9C07-72B672DC0CD4@microsoft.com...
> > > >> >I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple
> > > >> >emails
> > > >> > with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug
> > > >> > Robbins).
> > > >> > The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a
> > > >> > way
> > > >> > around
> > > >> > it.
> > > >> > "Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following
> > > >> > error:
> > > >> > Compile Error: User-defined type not defined
> > > >>> > >> > I don't know if and when I get around this there will be more
> > > >> > errors or
> > > >> > not...
> > > >>> > >> > My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The
> > > >> > email
> > > >> > text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a
> > > >> > unique
> > > >> > attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis
> > > >> > and are
> > > >> > sent
> > > >> > out via email after each update.
> > > >>> > >> > Any help is greatly appreciated.
 
V

Virginia Arenas

Also a problem with this process...

I also got a problem with this process.

My emails are not send. I run the macro, choose the document and get a note that says "0 messages sent". I hope somebody can help me.

Sue Mosher [MVP] wrote:

Did you follow my advice to Kim and add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook11.

16-sep-09

Did you follow my advice to Kim and add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook

11.0 library? If so, then you need to explain exactly what is not working in

your particular case.

Sue Mosher

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On jueves, 10 de septiembre de 2009 17:50

KimS wrote:

Mail Merge to email with attachments

I found instructions for using mail merge in Word to send multiple emails

with attachments ("Mail Merge to E-mail with Attachments" by Doug Robbins).

The macro generates an error and I have not been able to find a way around

it.

"Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application" generates the following error:

Compile Error: User-defined type not defined

I do not know if and when I get around this there will be more errors or not...

My goal is to send out 200 emails to 200 different addresses. The email

text message and subject line are the same, but each email has a unique

attachment. The attachments are all updated on a regular basis and are sent

out via email after each update.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

On jueves, 10 de septiembre de 2009 18:35

Sue Mosher [MVP] wrote:

it is a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References command

it is a simple error with a simple fix: Use the Tools | References command to

add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook library and any other non-Word

library that your code might nteed.

Sue Mosher

On viernes, 11 de septiembre de 2009 11:16

KimS wrote:

Thanks for the quick response.

Thanks for the quick response. I probably should have mentioned a couple of

other items: 1) I have MS Office 2003 and VBA version 6.5. 2) I am not well

versed in VBA, though I have developed a few macros to make life easier.

When I go to references, all I can do is either select or disselect objects.

There is no option for modification. I do have the Microsoft Office 11.0

Object Library selected.

Is there an easier way to link emails with unique files for a large emailing?

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:

On viernes, 11 de septiembre de 2009 15:03

Sue Mosher [MVP] wrote:

Who said anything about modification?

Who said anything about modification? Choose Tools | References, find the

Microsoft Outlook library and select it.

If you do not want to write code, I am sure the http://www.slipstick.com site

can point you to tools you can download to do that kind of mailing.

Sue Mosher

On viernes, 11 de septiembre de 2009 16:03

KimS wrote:

Thank you Sue.

Thank you Sue. I am not sure what is different now than before - the Outlook

objects were selected, but I started over this time.

It appears to run through the paces, now I just need to figure out why no

emails were received by my test subjects.

Thank you for the help - it is really appreciated. I will be tweaking my

program now as needed.

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:

On mi?rcoles, 16 de septiembre de 2009 9:56

Tirath wrote:

"KimS" wrote:

"KimS" wrote:

On mi?rcoles, 16 de septiembre de 2009 10:00

Tirath wrote:

Sue,i am facing the same problem.Microsoft Office 11.

Sue,

i am facing the same problem.

Microsoft Office 11.0 Object Library is already selected, but it does not

work.....

I am running the following code.

Sub emailmergewithattachments()

Dim Source As Document, Maillist As Document, TempDoc As Document

Dim Datarange As Range

Dim i As Long, j As Long

Dim bStarted As Boolean

Dim oOutlookApp As Outlook.Application

Dim oItem As Outlook.MailItem

Dim mysubject As String, message As String, title As String

Set Source = ActiveDocument

' Check if Outlook is running. If it is not, start Outlook

On Error Resume Next

Set oOutlookApp = GetObject(, "Outlook.Application")

If Err <> 0 Then

Set oOutlookApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

bStarted = True

End If

' Open the catalog mailmerge document

With Dialogs(wdDialogFileOpen)

> .Show

End With

Set Maillist = ActiveDocument

' Show an input box asking the user for the subject to be inserted into the

email messages

message = "Enter the subject to be used for each email message." ' Set

prompt.

title = " Email Subject Input" ' Set title.

' Display message, title

mysubject = InputBox(message, title)

' Iterate through the Sections of the Source document and the rows of the

catalog mailmerge document,

' extracting the information to be included in each email.

For j = 1 To Source.Sections.Count - 1

Set oItem = oOutlookApp.CreateItem(olMailItem)

With oItem

> .Subject = mysubject

> .Body = Source.Sections(j).Range.Text

Set Datarange = Maillist.Tables(1).Cell(j, 1).Range

Datarange.End = Datarange.End - 1

> .To = Datarange

For i = 2 To Maillist.Tables(1).Columns.Count

Set Datarange = Maillist.Tables(1).Cell(j, i).Range

Datarange.End = Datarange.End - 1

> .Attachments.Add Trim(Datarange.Text), olByValue, 1

Next i

> .Send

End With

Set oItem = Nothing

Next j

Maillist.Close wdDoNotSaveChanges

' Close Outlook if it was started by this macro.

If bStarted Then

oOutlookApp.Quit

End If

MsgBox Source.Sections.Count - 1 & " messages have been sent."

'Clean up

Set oOutlookApp = Nothing

End Sub

"KimS" wrote:

On mi?rcoles, 16 de septiembre de 2009 10:14

Sue Mosher [MVP] wrote:

Did you follow my advice to Kim and add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook11.

Did you follow my advice to Kim and add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook

11.0 library? If so, then you need to explain exactly what is not working in

your particular case.

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