Macro To Send Mail Via Lotus Notes Diff Recipients With Range?
May 22, 2013
Am trying for a code which will send mail to recipients mentioned in column A [to] Coulmn B [CC] & formatted range should be pasted as body of email lets say C:F. Each time formatted header should remain same is it will contain column heading. I have a code which sends mail to specified recipients mentioned in code .
Sub Send_Formatted_Range_Data() Dim oWorkSpace As Object, oUIDoc As Object Dim rnBody As Range Dim lnRetVal As Long Dim WB6 As Workbook Set WB6 = Application.Workbooks.Open("C:TESTDaily_BKG.XLS") Const stTo As String =
I am using a version of the following code that sends a mail using Lotus notes and attaches the Workbook - I am wondering if there is anyway I can make it attach the WORKSHEET instead ?
Code: 'The procedure for executing the main task: Sub SendWithLotus() Dim noSession As Object, noDatabase As Object, noDocument As Object Dim obAttachment As Object, EmbedObject As Object Dim stSubject As Variant, stAttachment As String Dim vaRecipient As Variant, vaMsg As Variant
I have searched high and low on the forum and can not seem to find a solution to my problem. Here is my problem (besides being new to Lotus Notes): I need a button on my excel worksheet that gets information from Column H in the attached spreadsheet and puts all the emails in the To: (could be >than 100 email addresses) Field in Lotus Notes. I would like to have the subject read "New Email from Your Basin Coordinator" and have the CC list come from a second worksheet (CC).
The following will place values found in O19,020,&022 into an e-mail body. I'm attempting to place a selected range of cells into the body also. To do this I tried the highlighted section of code below.
I received an excel spreadsheet through lotus notes e-mail. I opened it from the e-mail and worked several hours on it, sporadically hitting "save" along the way. However, I do not recall having ever done "Save As" and specifying a location to save it in. I later closed excel. Now I cannot locate the spreadsheet (I have searched). Do you know where it might be located or how I might recover it? When you open spreadsheets directly from e-mails and just hit save (not save As),
1. I dont want this to auto send. I want it to compose the mail and leave it ready to hit the send button in lotus notes. How do I do that?
2. Would like to include multiple emails. If I put two emails (separated by comma or semicolon into cell C19, Lotus notes sends as one address and it bounces. (This is not terribly important, but would be a nice feature)
3. Would like to insert the signature line that's already configured on lotus notes. Since this auto sends the email, the signature is not added. Any idea how to do this?
4. Now this would be really nice, tell the macro which database to use. The one I want to use is not "my" email, but a shared email. It lives on server "Notes1/recovery" , in folder "mail" with a database named "company.nsf". Is there a way to do this?
Here is my code that works, but needs the above features.
Sub SendNotesMail() Dim Maildb As Object Dim UserName As String Dim MailDbName As String Dim MailDoc As Object Dim Session As Object Dim Recipient As String Dim Subject1 As String Dim ccRecipient As String
putting a macro button on an individual worksheet so the user can click a big easy button and a new email will pop up in Lotus notes with the worksheet attached for them to input the address and then send the worksheet..
I prefer to:
Send individual worksheets only
The ability to input the email address is the new composition email in LOTUS Notes
I have a macro that sends a custom email through lotus notes. It works, but will only generate 1 email instead of looping through my list. If I have "next r" at end I get email of 1st record. If I put "next r" before "On Error GoTo Audi"
I get last recorded emailed but not 1st 2. I don't know how to get it to send all. It seems the for next loop is jacked up.
For you to see macro work you need to have lotus notes and put email address in column B.
I am trying to write a macro to send mail on every Friday and also on last day of every month. If the last day of the month falls on Saturday or Sunday then the macro should mail on Friday. I have written a separate macro to send a mail. I have also written to check day(ie Monday, Tuesday etc) of today. If today is Friday or month end i can send mail. I dont know how to tell the macro to send mail on friday if the month last date is saturday or sunday.
Sub done() Dim Dat As Date, x As Integer, y As Date, sorry As String Dim str As String sorry = "Today is not friday or month end. So i cannot send mails" str = WeekdayName(Weekday(Now()))
I have an excel file that will be downloaded by multiple users and saved locally. I was wondering if there was a way to build code into the file so that everytime it is saved an email would be created in lotus notes from the user to me with a copy of the file attached. Is this possible?
I have developed many macros that generate automatic emails from excel using Outlook, with the excellent help I've found here. Now due to recent buyouts, we have changed our email from Outlook to Notes. I'm looking for the simplest method of changing my macros so they will work with Notes. Below is the typical code I'm currently using. Is there an easy way to change it for Notes?
Public Sub SendEmail()
Dim OutApp As Object Dim OutMail As Object Dim Dist As String Dim supplierinfo As Range
I am looking to build a macro that can automatically email a recipient upon their name being selected from a drop down list. It designed to be for a warehouse, so when new packages come in we can scan them in and have excel send an email out once our receiving team determines who it is for. With their being multiple recipients, I would like the code to have an IF type function that choosing the correct recipient. the Column titles "Recipient/Dept" is where the dropdown list is located.
It would be ideal for the code to just utilize an open Lotus Notes Session and use that to send the email.
Attached is the document with what I have thus far : Warehouse barcode test.xlsm
I have a networked spreadsheet that users access, process data, and then e-mail the results to a common recipient.
Until recently we have all been on Lotus Notes - and my e-mail VBA worked OK.
However, some users are now using Outlook (the new Corporate standard) while some remain on Lotus Notes. The Lotus Notes users now say the e-mail part of the process no longer works for them.
Can VBA detect whether users are on Outlook or on Lotus Notes?
Should I give them a prompt - "Which e-mail do you use? Enter L for Lotus Notes or O for Outlook" - and if they answer L then use specific Lotus Notes VBA for the e-mail process or if they answer O use Outlook-specific VBA?
Any ways to automatically send emails using Lotus Notes.
On Lotus Notes, I automatically have my signature to append to an email, however when I am running Johns script at the bottom it is replaced with the file path of my signature (i.e. C:Program Fileslotus otesdatasig.htm), and when I comment out the part where strSignature is mentioned there is no signature.
My code is below:
Sub mySub() Dim x As Integer Dim UserName As String Dim MailDbName As String Dim Recipient As Variant Dim Maildb As Object Dim MailDoc As Object
The code is this: Dim finder As Object Private Sub ComboBox1_Change() Set finder = Sheets("Sheet1").Columns("A:A").Find(what:=ComboBox1.Text, lookat:=xlWhole) Main_recipients.Value = finder.Offset(0, 1) End Sub Private Sub Send_email_Click() With Application .ScreenUpdating = False .DisplayAlerts = False End With
Now, everything works fine until it gets to this line:- MailDoc.SEND 0, Recipients
when I get an error message that states "Unable to send mail, no match found in Name & Address Book(s)"
In Lotus, I created a list of recipients (including any additions after the name) and copied that into the cell that feeds the text-box "Main_recipients".
The odd thing is, if I just email myself without any additions after my name it's fine. It's when I try to e-mail multiple people (with and without additions) that it falls over.