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    LINK TO C:\ (2000 sr 1)

    i have this part of code:

    SendEmail strOggetto, "GCD01F4500DATIPUBBLICASTORICO_INPS" & strNomeFile & "_" & strData & ".xls", strRecipient, strBodyText

    and the macro insert into a body of email.

    When i click on this link the system open directly the file....

    But if i change the path similar (for a text on my pc):

    SendEmail strOggetto, "C:STORICO_INPS" & strNomeFile & "_" & strData & ".xls", strRecipient, strBodyText

    naturally the link not is active....

    is possible to use this path in c: similar a link?

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    Re: LINK TO C:\ (2000 sr 1)

    Sorry, what link do you mean?

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    Re: LINK TO C:\ (2000 sr 1)

    .... When the user recive the eamil with:
    GCD01F4500DATIPUBBLICASTORICO_INPSprova.xls
    is possible to click on this link and the file open automaticly, because it pint on a server with ...ecc...

    The system know this is a link... similar a HTML link...

    But when the path point to c:...ecc... the sytem not know this link because point not point to a server but to c:...

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    Re: LINK TO C:\ (2000 sr 1)

    I don't know how your code works, but I think it would be complicated to create a link, and it would only work in Outlook set to HTML as mail format.

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