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    Sending an email with Outlook Express not Outlook

    Hi, I have created a spreadsheet for our salesmen to use and they have the ability to send quotations which is a range from one of the worksheets. One of them has asked to be able to continue to use Outlook Express and I'd like to accommodate him if I can.

    The code here is from Ron de Bruin's website and works great with Outlook.

    What would I have to do to make it do the same in Outlook Express?

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    Re: Sending an email with Outlook Express not Outlook

    Please correct the CODE tags in the prior post - ie [*CODE*] and [/*CODE*] without the asterisks.

    A little further investigation on Ron de Bruin's site would throw up: http://www.rondebruin.nl/mail/oebody.htm

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    Re: Sending an email with Outlook Express not Outlook

    Hi DonkeyOte

    Thanks for the reply, I did have a look but didn't find the code that you have identified which looks ideal.

    I wish to send the email to an address from one of the cells, this changes with every quotation. Could you suggest how I would edit the code to do this please?

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    Re: Sending an email with Outlook Express not Outlook

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven811
    I wish to send the email to an address from one of the cells, this changes with every quotation. Could you suggest how I would edit the code to do this please?
    The requisite code is in place but it commented out (ie as a tip)

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    Re: Sending an email with Outlook Express not Outlook

    Thanks DonkeyOte

    A little less haste would result in me not feeling quite as stupid as I know feel.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Sending an email with Outlook Express not Outlook

    No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven811
    A little less haste would result in me not feeling quite as stupid as I know feel.
    Not to worry... we all have that particular t-shirt...

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