I have some code to literally email a workbook to a specific user. But when the email is sending...i am getting the warning form Outlook whethere to send or not. If the user clicks No...then this opens up a can of worms when asking to debug. Is there a way i which i can amend the code to disable this warning and send regardless...without changing security settings in outlook???
I am trying to send bulk emails from my excel 2010 - however I am getting a POP UP. find the screen shot in the enclosed word document So every time a new mail is sent from excel we need to press the button allow Is there a way where I can turn off this warning.
I have a macro to send emails to a group people that based on various criteria, it will attach a number of files to a recipient's particular email. This is a small portion of the code that does the attachment adding:
Code: If Range("B" & a) = "Y" Then If citChev "" Then .Attachments.Add citChev End If If Range("C" & a) = "Y" Then If citMits "" Then .Attachments.Add citMits End If If Range("D" & a) = "Y" Then If citToyo "" Then .Attachments.Add citToyo End If If Range("E" & a) = "Y" Then
Most people get several of the files attached to their email and all works fine. But, there are certain conditions when all the IF() stmts fail where a recipient will not get any files attached. I do not want to send the email if this is the case, but it currently is sending it.
Is there a way after all the IF() stmts have processed to check to see if this current email has any attachments assigned to it? (IF .Attachments "" Then...) does not work.
I'm creating an excel file that can email itself inside the body of a HTML in Outlook. I have found some code from the web and have re-fitted it so that I may use it for my purpose. My main issue is this: I cannot keep my default Outlook signature on the email when it gets sent.
Below I have my code that works great. What I would like to do is make it pull the .HTMLBody from a cell value instead of inbeded in the code so users can change, just like to I have it below for who I am sending it to. The issue is if I do it the same way I loose my signature and the font, size and color I have below. How can I do this.
range("P16") would be the 1st line of the mesage range("P17") would be the 2nd line of the mesage range("P18") would be the 3rd line of the mesage
All the sendkeys below copy a range and paste it below my message as a picture currently. That is fine.
All my emails have a specific Subject line pattern. e.g. if the request is for Jason.. The subject line is "Issue with Desktop [JAS].. There are 10-15 such names and each one of them has a short name in the subject line of the email.. For each of those names there is a folder. I would want subject lines with [JAS] to move to JAS folder and so on..
I have a range in an Excel worksheet named 'Request'. I want to paste this range into the body of an email and send to sepcified recipient via outlook. I tried the following code, but this does not seem to work. Am I not referencing to Outlook correctly?
Private Sub cmd_Send_Request_Click() Dim objol As New Outlook.Application Dim objmail As MailItem Dim varBody As String Dim objdata As DataObject Set objol = New Outlook.Application Set objmail = objol.CreateItem(olMailItem) Set objdata = New DataObject Application.Goto Reference:="Request" Selection.Copy objdata.GetFromClipboard varBody = objdata.GetText With objmail .To = "email@example.com" .Subject = "Benchmarking Request" .body = varBody & vbCrLf & vbCrLf .NoAging = True .Display End With Set objmail = Nothing Set objol = Nothing End Sub
I have attached a version of my file with code that I have adjusted. Everything is working except for the save as portion of it. I keep getting a run time error 1004. The save as of the workbook failed. Also, when I run the macro in the template that I have uploaded it opens up the original file that I had the code in.
I run excel 2010 on a windows 8.1 machine. In excel I have email address that I need to mail from however when I click the hyperlink it automatically directs me to Hotmail. Is there a way to change that to automatically load Outlook instead?
I am trying to write a macro to compose an email in outlook without sending it. Ideally the macro would compose the email and the email would be left open for me to inspect before sending. Below are the details.
Column A contains the addresses Column B contains the CC addresses Cell C2 contains the message
I can change where the above info is located/arranged if need be.
My spreadsheet automatically generates the email addresses, which are dynamic. For control purposes my employer does not want me to have the email automatically sent, being the reason for me to want to inspect the email before sending it.
i have the following code in my Excel worksheet. This code successfully send out email to our customers when if the criteria is true. I have tested this at home and it works perfectly as I use Outlook at home. However when I take this code to work I couldn't get this working as at work we use Outlook 365 and we use web Outlook, OWA.
Is there a setting I can specify to use OWA as I don't think I am allowed to install outlook at work.
I have a spreadsheet with a number of different actions with various different dates associated to them. Is it possible to create a macro that will automatically send an email to my outlook inbox (or somebody elses) when the date is due or upcoming?
Also is it possible to include different content in the email based on say the title of the action etc?
I'm generating a letter (Word doc) and populating bookmarks with data on a worksheet using the following code which is assigned to a Button and it works a dream (in terms of opening the Doc and populating the bookmarks with whatever data is in the relevant cells on the worksheet):
Sub test() Dim objWord As Object Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet1") Set objWord = CreateObject("Word.Application") objWord.Visible = True objWord.Documents.Open "location of the letter.doc"
However, what I now need to do is Create an Outlook Item (email) with a Standard Subject and send to an email address that will be on the same worksheet (in cell M2 for instance) and with a standard Body.
I dont really need to open the Word doc, like it does at present, but I do need the Bookmarks contained within it to be populated with the source data contained within the Worksheet and subsequently have it attached to the email fully populated - maybe I need to 'close' / 'save as & close' the Doc post generation?
I've written code into excel that sends workbooks to email recipients. This works fine except for use on one friends computer. Of course it's the friend that needed the code in the first place. What happens is that when the macro attempts to mail a spreadsheet an outlook popup occurrs warning that a macro is attempting to email a message. And so nothing gets emailed out!
I am currently sending email to a few people from excel using the outlook and excel connectivity.
The issue is I have to individually define a module for each person I send an email to and it is extremely inefficient.
My attachment makes it clear.
There is 3 tabs in the workbook.
Tab 1 (Method 1) is what I am currently using and I know it extremely inefficient
Tab 2 (Method 2) is what I would like to use * When I select a cell and click send email, I would like for that person to be sent the email * When I select a range of cells, I would like all of those individuals to be sent an email
Tab 3 (Email) is what I would like Method 2 to use - this tab includes a subject line and the email body. It sends the message in the email tab to the recipients I have selected in Tab 2.
I have my data in column A as Reminder Description and in column B as Due Date.
I was wishing to send an email using excel 2007 with outlook using excel vba... I want to send email 2 days before due dates and also i want excel to type in when the email was sent... Is this possible....???
A B C D E Reminder Description Due Date Send Email1 Send Email2 Send Email3 Insurance due date is 06/08/14 06/08/14 04/08/14 05/08/14 06/08/14
Also can this vba code be executed whenever workbook opens....???
i was able to setup a email code, which will automatically extract the unique row reference data and sends the email. However, i am struggling to add couple of things, i searched most of the web portals .. wasn't lucky.
1. while email drafting i need to use the data from Column B onwards
2. i need to insert the default email signature during email draft ...