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denismottu

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Hi Bomb,

I have a question. I am working on a concept in excel, an email to be sent automatically according an excel fields value.
That is, if a value in a field reaches or exceeds a limit, then an email should go automatically to the email id, (given in another field in the same row). or a reminder should go to that email id saying that the value reached the limit.

Waiting for your reply.. :):):)

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Dennis
 
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1. You need something a bit more pertinent as a thread title, e.g. "Automating email from Excel".

2. I'm hardly ever here nowadays.

3. What happens to cause "a value in a field to reach or exceed a limit" -- user input?
 

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i have moved "bomb #21" post to this post and closed your other post

please do not duplicate posts
 

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No problem Bomb #21 - as this one had the title you suggested , i suspect the poster took your advice and started a new thread with an appropriate title - hence why i moved your post to here and closed the other post
 

denismottu

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Sorry for the confusion, I am new to this.

And thank you very much for the reply.

the input value is number (number of days calculated using formula). If the number crosses 3 then the email should go.

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Dennis
 
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OK.

Code in the attached will fire if A2 or A3 is changed to 5 or less.

But you want some kind of timer thing that runs without any user interaction (probably).

Search this forum for contributions by "Rollin", I'm pretty sure he's covered stuff like this in the past.
 

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