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    Send EM via Excel by date (English/MSO/2000)

    Hi Every One,

    Hope you understand this - I am brand new to this type of coding. And thanks for any help.

    Our customer service rep finishes up a customer call, and enters the end date (today) in the excel file in a cell. Two weeks later, he wants to send a follow-up email. What I need is for our rep to enter today's date and then click a "send email followup" button at the close of the call. Two weeks after the call, an email will be sent.

    There is an option in Outlook to do this, but I can't find how to get it to work with excel.

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    Re: Send EM via Excel by date (English/MSO/2000)

    See <!post=this thread,373664>this thread<!/post>. You're not an alter ego for <!profile=DanR1245>DanR1245<!/profile>, I assume? You might want to post any further questions to that thread.
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    Re: Send EM via Excel by date (English/MSO/2000)

    No - I am not an alter ego and I see that we had the same problem - hence I can see that this is a problem I don't know what to do with. I do not want to send the excel worksheet - just an e-mail to the customer as a follow up. Perhaps the whole problem can be solved by using a different program. I need to make this very simple (emphasis on simple) for the people that will be working with this. Suggestions will be extremely welcomed. Thanks again for your fast response. <img src=/S/clapping.gif border=0 alt=clapping width=19 height=23>

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    Re: Send EM via Excel by date (English/MSO/2000)

    You can still use the approach that I referred you to, using a macro in Excel trigger a deferred delivery e-mail from Outlook. You would just not use the line of code where the spreadsheet is attached to the e-mail message. Can you explain a bit more about the circumstances, and the information you want sent in the e-mail?
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