Sending an email from Calc with a macro

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Sending an email from Calc with a macro

Postby Haese005 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 7:21 pm

Hi there,
Maybe I haven't searched enough in the database of this forum, but my problem is that I am looking for a simple macro script to send an email to 2 different email addresses from calc (see the attachment) .
My email client is Microsoft Outlook. My OpenOffice version is 4.1.3.
I must be able to put the subject in the email. That's all but I am an so called aliën in OpenOffice.
Can someone help me with this , please? ;)
I am from the Netherlands so that's why the language in this spreadsheet is probably strange for you
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Re: sending an email from calc with a macro

Postby FJCC » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:49 pm

This works for me
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Sub SendEmail
eMailAddress = ";"
eSubject = "Test Message"
eMailer = createUnoService("")

eMailClient = eMailer.queryMailClient()

eMessage = eMailClient.createMailMessage()

eMessage.Recipient = eMailAddress
eMessage.Subject = eSubject
eMessage.Body = "The text in the message"
AttachmentURL = convertToUrl("c:\users\fjcc\desktop\99Export.txt")
eMessage.Attachement = array(AttachmentURL)
eMailClient.sendMailMessage ( eMessage, )
End Sub
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Re: sending an email from calc with a macro

Postby Zizi64 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:57 pm

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eMailClient.sendMailMessage ( eMessage, )

or when you want to control the mail client manually:
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eMailClient.sendSimpleMailMessage( eMessage, 0 )

My email client is Microsoft Outlook.

Try the ThunderBird e-mail client. It works well for me with similar macro codes.
(And it worked with the old OutlookExpress. I never used the MS Outlook...)
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