Below is a VBA that sends an email with a range from Excel in the body of the email, and the entire book as an attachment from a temporary file. It works great, except that I need the entire file to close, and it will not because a message pops up that says "Do you want to save file before switching file status". This will not let Excel close. I need to bypass that pop up message. Display Alerts = False did not work. In the bottom of the code below, there is a spot that tries to kill the temporary file, but it does not work until "No" in the pop up message is pressed. Again, I need to bypass that pop up message.
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 have some vba code that currently copies a status table out of a worksheet, into a temp file for an email. The status table in excel has a column D which can have different status. I want to select everything in the table except rows that are 'Descoped'. Currently my code looks like:
Set rng2 = Sheets("Execution Status").Range("B2:F420")
This picks up everything without looking at the status. I want to change it so it doesn't pick up the rows where Column D contains 'Descoped'.
In pseudo code I would describe it as:
Set rng2 = Sheets("Execution Status").Range("B2:F420") where value in D5:D420 is not equal to 'Descoped'.
I have tried:
Set rng2 = Sheets("Execution Status").Range("B2:F420").Value "Descoped" and nothing gets selected.
I'm looking to find a way to extract an email address an a reference number from an email receipt that i have extracted to excel. The problem is when I paste the information its pastes onto multiple rows and not a single row.
I'm using this formula to extract the email address and can do something else to get the ref number out however the results are on multiple lines which is not good to me.
I have attached a document to show you how the data extractS on (EXAMPLE TAB) The information I want to extract is the stuff in Red. I then want the results to look like the Results Tab in the example.
I used Scheduled Task to set up my spreadsheet to open daily. I have the code with assistance to pull out the due date items and place them into an email.
I have come across XLSTART/AUTOEXEC/ACTIVATE...ETC... But cannot figure out the code that will automatically "enabling macro" once Scheduled Task opens the spreadsheet?
Then once the macro runs, the email with the due dates, how can this auto send without user interaction? (currently I would have to hit send)
I am trying to make the process totally automated to open the spreadsheet at a certain time, send the email with due dates and close the spreadsheet.
Following code in ThisWorkbook--
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Check_Date_Send_Mail End Sub Code in Module1--
Option Explicit Sub Check_Date_Send_Mail() Dim wbBook As Workbook Dim wsSheet As Worksheet Dim rnDate As Range, rnValue As Range Dim stAddress As String, stMsg As String Dim stRecipient As String, stSubject As String Dim stPost As String Set wbBook = ThisWorkbook Set wsSheet = wbBook.Worksheets("Sheet1") With wsSheet Set rnDate = .Range("d2:t23") End With
I have specified the email addresses in the code to whom the email will be sent when the user presses "Send Email" button but now I want to add all the addresses in the Access table and write down the code that will send an email to those people whose addresses are in the Access table.
I am trying to send an automated email by use of a "email" button. What I want it to do is to pop up a input box that will ask me who I want to send the email to, and once I hit ok it will send open up outlook and send the email. I have the code to work if I want it to be sent to a specific email address, but I can't seem to get the email address entry part to work. I will attach my code as it lays right now.
Private Sub CommandButton2_Click()'Need to reference: Microsoft Forms 2.0 Object LibrarySet OutApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")OutApp.Session.LogonSet OutMail = OutApp.CreateItem(0)strbody = "This is the most up to date copy of EAS Tracking 2.0 as well as the Resource Planning Sheet."attachmnt2 = "C:My DocumentsResource Planning Sheet_External.xls"On Error Resume Next'?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|? BELOW IS WHERE I CAN'T GET TO WORK!!!With OutMailDim range As Longrange = Application.InputBox("How many copies do you want?", "Number of Copies").To = range.Subject = "This Weeks Reports".Body = strbody.Attachments.Add (attachmnt2).Display.SaveEnd With'__________________________________________________attachmnt3 = "C:My DocumentsReport DataWork Request Tracking Data FolderEAS Request 2.0.xls"On Error Resume NextWith OutMail.Subject = "This Weeks Reports".Body = strbody.Attachments.Add (attachmnt3).Display.SaveEnd .........
I am using the following code and it works great the only problem is that when I have more then one email address in the same cell it will not send the email. Even if I seperate it with a semicolon. It work fine if I have just one email address in the email field. How can I get it to send the same info to different email addresses.
I have used a database template from this site and changed it to suit my needs but I have a bit of a problem with some of the code. I know how to update the worksheet with the relevant userform text fields and in another project I did I have successfully sent userform text fields in the body of an email.
For this project I want to update the worksheet AND send an email at the same time. However, using the two pieces of code together is causing an error that I can't seem to solve (using my very limited vba knowledge!). The code I am working on is below and I have highlighted the line that is getting the error message. C
VB: Private Sub cmdSubmit_Click() 'Submit new record Dim ws As Worksheet, lRow As Long, Str As String [code]....
I have search on this forum regarding sending email on excel using outlook email application. I would like to ask if is it possible to use other email applications like AOL when sending email thru excel? I have attached a sample workbook.
I have a userform that has 28 checkbox's that we go through that we check which ones apply to a report.. To keep those boxes checked as the supervisor's cycle through the reports, I am leaving a 28 digit code next to the report which is created as they check/uncheck the proper checkbox's.
So if say CheckBox10.value = True, then the 10th digit of the ID will change to 1 while keeping the rest of the ID the same.
I have a problem sending email thru excel, if i use this =HYPERLINK(CONCATENATE("mailto:",B2,"?subject=",C3,"&body=",D4),"Send e-mail") <-- this is working, but i want my body to also include not just d4, i tried to put name d4:g7 as body so the code would be: =HYPERLINK(CONCATENATE("mailto:",B2,"?subject=",C3,"&body=",body),"Send e-mail") <<-- the problem is this is not working ,
I have a survey template with several options buttons (made from Form toolbar and grouped by Group Box).I would like to have a check box that would activate these option buttons for specific question if unchecked and vice versa.
I have copy & paste below formula in VB, but is shows 'Run time error 424' & when I Debug it shows 2nd line highlighted by yellow colour.
VB: Private Sub CheckBox1_Click() If CheckBox1.Value = True Then [code]....
I'm trying to send a basic email using example [URL]..... but just cannot get it to work.
Here's my code and the error I get is "Run-time error '-2147220978 (8004020e)': The server rejected the sender address. The server response was: 530 5.7.1 Client was not authenticated."
I found my smtp server by looking in Outlook properties so I know that's right and for all instances of "email@example.com" I am putting my email address and the password is the normal password I use to log on.
I'm running a Ron DeBruin's mail routine to copy and send a spreadsheet. The code I'm using is below. The problem is the source spreadsheet contains cells with more than 255 characters, and so that information is being truncated when the sheet is copied. I'm sure there's any easy fix for this, but I haven't been able to find it. Here's my code:
I feel like I almost have the Excel button I need (thanks to an exhaustive forum search), but I have 2 problems that I need help to correct. First, the code works fine if I have one email address in my Email column, but If I add a second or third email in my column, the code sends the mail, but bounces back because of an Invalid Internet address specified error. The response looks to me like it is taking the first address and appending to the second email recipient. An example would be <firstname.lastname@example.org,example>@example.com. Here is the code I am using:
I have a macro currently using the activeworkbook.sendmail command to send out an email using LOTUS NOTES with the workbook as an attachment. Unfortunately, the code appears to only support putting recipients in the TO field. I need to be able to also add additional recipients under the CC field.
i need to do is send an email via excel. In previous practice I have used the Activeworkbook.send method, but in this instance I dont want to send an attachment, all I need to do is send an email to someone, making use of the to: cc:subject and main body text fields.
I have found the below mentioned code from one of the threads.
Sub EmailDoc() Dim olApp As Outlook.Application Set olApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") Dim olMail As MailItem Set olMail = olApp.CreateItem(olMailItem) Application.ScreenUpdating = False With olMail .To = Range("A1").value .SentOnBehalfOfName = """xyz"" " .Subject = "Resources" '.Attachments.Add "D: estxyz.xls" .send End With Set olMail = Nothing Set olApp = Nothing End Sub
The above code works fine but i want to send emails to all the names in my column A in the To field and in the CC field from column D (It shoulds send if there are any values for the CC field)
Is it possible to send an email if an error occurs with all the information regarding that error? I've created a workbook with a lot of macros and a lot of information. It's used by several people and sometimes those people have several other excel workbooks open and running at the same time. I've done my best to fix all the bugs but should one come up I'd like to be able to have the workbook send me an email alerting me of the error and the details surrounding the error such as what the error was, what macro was running, ranges selected, all that useful info. Is this even possible? or is there some sort of work around to at least bring up a prompt or page for the user to fill out then send by email after the error occurred?
Is it possible to have a column with several email addresses and have a macro that emails out with an attachment of a word document? If so how is it done? I dont want to attach any workbooks or sheets just an word file. Furthermore I want to do this via excel not word. Also if its possible I would like to keep a single subject heading for all of them.
What is the code for getting Excel to send an email once I close a line item? I got some code from another post but can't get it to work for me. My current spreadsheet is a list of outstanding problems. Once the issue is "Closed" (Dropdown in column U), I would like Excel to email a recipient who's address is in Column K. The issue is in the code - If c = "Closed" Then
Sub Closed() 'You need to Reference Outlook 'Goto Tools>References and select Microsoft Outlook Libary 9.0 (or your version) Dim olApp As Outlook.Application
I have the following code working, it pickups cell values then used them to make an email in outlook.
What I would like to do is tick checkboxes to make a selection so that it can generate emails from only what I have selected. As i will be adding new IT Problems to a sheet and want to inform users of their problem number to tracking issues.
I have a workbook that records incoming mail and each of these mail need to be responded to. I like to have a macro that can automatically send a standard notification email when certain condition are met.
In this workbook the date of receipt of mail is in Col. D and date of Reply in Col. E.
If Col E is blank or 30 days later than Col. D a standard email is sent to the email account of the person in Col. F. Col. F shows the email address only.
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?