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Excel Date Reminders with emailings

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Connor Slack, Jun 11, 2008.

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  1. Connor Slack

    Connor Slack Thread Starter

    Jun 11, 2008
    Hey Everyone,

    First post here. I was fallowing this thread:

    And i have a similar problem i could use some help with. Now that i think about it it might be harder than original thought of. I have a workbook with 12 sheets, one for each month. For each month i have a list of Magazines titles all in separate rows in one one column. to the right of those, i have each day of the day of the month. I have attached a sample spreadsheet of what i mean. On any day a sales rep will call me and book a day they want to send a email, or eBlast message to subscribers of the particular magazine they choose. I would love to have the option to have an automatic email send to each sales rep 5 days before ther scheduled booking is to be sent out, only problem is how would i extract the email address from a comment in excel, and have ti send a email to that person?

    Another idea i had was to creative a booking sheet for which each sales rep would fill it out with fields such as Clients Name, Date to send email, Type of email, Geo targets, creative elements in email etc etc. is there a way that once i approve this and send back the excel file with an approved icon or logo and some notes, can it automatically, even without being open, send an email or reminder to the user i sent it to?

    i greatly appreciate any comments as i know i most likely trying to ask for the world here.:eek:



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