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Old 10-12-2006, 12:16 AM   #1
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Address book

I have a form "frmsend mail" whic have fields "To" and "Cc" i want to have a address book in the access itself having same functionality as outlook i.e it should add new email id to the address book, prompt the email id,etc.
How to do tht.
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Old 10-12-2006, 01:39 AM   #2
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From within your access database, using;File/ Get External Data /Link Tables .

When the dialog box opens from the drop down list "Files of Type" make sure you select Outlook, then using the + to expand your selection find the Contacts and then just click next.
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can you plz tell in detail how to do tht

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can you plz tell in detail how to do tht
Did you read my post?
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sir
i read ur post but i cant get which dialog box ur talking about
so sir plz answer in deatil
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Have a look at the attached document ( zoom it to 150% for easy viewing)

Also you could type "Linking to Outlook" in the help section.

or you could go here;Microsoft Web site
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File Type: zip Link to Outlook.zip (213.7 KB, 93 views)
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sir ,
when i selecting outlook i am getting a error "Access cannot run the outlook server make sure u have outlook server installed on ur pc"
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Sorry, I have no idea what that means.

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