Groupwise / Excel

Howdy

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Sep 17, 2002
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Hi
I'd like to send an email
from an excelform
now, for Outlook I do have a solution
but I cannot find the necessary
Code for the Groupwisesystem
I do have the objectlibrary
My Excel is still Office 2000.
The Idea is by the command save
the groupwiseemailbox opens with
my adress and the excel workbook
hooked in the attachment

Thank your for your help
and
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KniteMare

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While you can send a e-mailed file automaticlly from EXCEL through GroupWise your groupwise users will recieve an error message the NEXT time they use GroupWise. selecting OK makes the message go away with no apparent side effects. However, when we did this here the number of calls to the help desk were not worth the time saved via the automation. I deleted the routine I used to do it so I cannot just post it here for you with out sitting for a bit to refigure out how I did it the first time.

Yours in EXCELent Frustration


KniteMare
 

Howdy

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On 2002-09-18 09:44, KniteMare wrote:
While you can send a e-mailed file automaticlly from EXCEL through GroupWise your groupwise users will recieve an error message the NEXT time they use GroupWise. selecting OK makes the message go away with no apparent side effects. However, when we did this here the number of calls to the help desk were not worth the time saved via the automation. I deleted the routine I used to do it so I cannot just post it here for you with out sitting for a bit to refigure out how I did it the first time.

Yours in EXCELent Frustration


KniteMare

Thanks for your help

maybe you might find a solution
anyway.

smile

there must be a way
in ms access it works
 

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