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Default email merge - I need to change the sender account

I am doing an email-merge. When I send these emails, they need to come from
another email account. I do admin work for several other people and have
their email accounts on my outlook. How can I change the sender?
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Temporarily change the default e-mail account to the required account.

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Vaughn wrote:
I am doing an email-merge. When I send these emails, they need to
come from another email account. I do admin work for several other
people and have their email accounts on my outlook. How can I change
the sender?



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I've done that as a temporary solution. Is there anywhere I can look for a
VBA solution? This job may be done on any one of three PCs. Each one may send
email for ony one of four counsultants.

"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Temporarily change the default e-mail account to the required account.

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Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




Vaughn wrote:
I am doing an email-merge. When I send these emails, they need to
come from another email account. I do admin work for several other
people and have their email accounts on my outlook. How can I change
the sender?




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You are more likely to get a knowledgeable reply to this one in an Outlook
group.

Peter Jamieson
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I've done that as a temporary solution. Is there anywhere I can look for a
VBA solution? This job may be done on any one of three PCs. Each one may
send
email for ony one of four counsultants.

"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Temporarily change the default e-mail account to the required account.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




Vaughn wrote:
I am doing an email-merge. When I send these emails, they need to
come from another email account. I do admin work for several other
people and have their email accounts on my outlook. How can I change
the sender?






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I would assume that your best bet is either to execute any code needed
before you initiate the merge, or use the MailMergeBeforeMerge event to do
it. You /might/ be able to do that on a per-message basis using mailmerge
events, but I would suspect that would only make sense if switching senders
is easy and fast. I do not think you will be able to control what Word does
with the message,only what other software does with the message.

Peter Jamieson


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That's true. There is a wealth of info there. But, I need to know the
timing.
I'm in a merge document and at the end I enter the email address field and
a
subject. When is it that VB code is triggered? When is the email message
subject to VB code?

"Peter Jamieson" wrote:

You are more likely to get a knowledgeable reply to this one in an
Outlook
group.

Peter Jamieson
"Vaughn" wrote in message
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I've done that as a temporary solution. Is there anywhere I can look
for a
VBA solution? This job may be done on any one of three PCs. Each one
may
send
email for ony one of four counsultants.

"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Temporarily change the default e-mail account to the required account.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




Vaughn wrote:
I am doing an email-merge. When I send these emails, they need to
come from another email account. I do admin work for several other
people and have their email accounts on my outlook. How can I change
the sender?










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That's true. There is a wealth of info there. But, I need to know the timing.
I'm in a merge document and at the end I enter the email address field and a
subject. When is it that VB code is triggered? When is the email message
subject to VB code?

"Peter Jamieson" wrote:

You are more likely to get a knowledgeable reply to this one in an Outlook
group.

Peter Jamieson
"Vaughn" wrote in message
...
I've done that as a temporary solution. Is there anywhere I can look for a
VBA solution? This job may be done on any one of three PCs. Each one may
send
email for ony one of four counsultants.

"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Temporarily change the default e-mail account to the required account.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




Vaughn wrote:
I am doing an email-merge. When I send these emails, they need to
come from another email account. I do admin work for several other
people and have their email accounts on my outlook. How can I change
the sender?






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