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Open microsoft outlook by clicking field on SSRS report


Open microsoft outlook by clicking field on SSRS report

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I know this is possible in Business Objects, maybe it is here too, but I cannot seem to figure it out or find it. Any help or direction will be greatly appreciated.

How can I open microsoft outlock by clicking on the email field on an SSRS report?

Thanks,
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Simply add this linke in Action-->Go to URL -->fx : "MailTo:username"
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Hi,
What is the command for BCC and CC , I tried MailCC or MailBCC and it didn't work.

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leefuji (10/22/2012)
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What is the command for BCC and CC , I tried MailCC or MailBCC and it didn't work.

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http://webdesign.about.com/od/beginningtutorials/a/aa041700b.htm

code example:

<a href="mailto:firstEmail@email.com, SecondEmail@email.com?bcc=TheBlidRecipient@email.com& cc=thirdaddress@email.com&subject=heres%20The%20Info%20You%20Asked%20For"> Click me!</a>



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Lowell,
Your code didn't work as is because I'm working in SSRS and I had to tweak a few things but it definitely pointed what I needed to look for. thanks for your help :-)


Here is the final code I used to have a TO email and BCC email in SSRS that auto inserts into Microsoft Outlook.

="MailTo:FirstPerson@xyz.com" & "?bcc=BlindOne@xyz.com" & "&Subject=Here goes my Subjecet" & "&Body=And here goes the body messagel"

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Hi there

I don't suppose it's possible to fire up the mail client with the report embedded or attached?

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Hello,

I am trying to get this to work. I have a text box that I have added an action. In the action I have go to URL. For the URL, I have:

mailto:"recipient1@domain.com"&"?cc=recipient2@domain.com" & "&subject=Report Feedback"

This opens Outlook as expected and has the subject, but it is only addresses to recipient1, there is nothing in cc.

How can I get this report to go to both recipients? I have also tried just putting them both in the main line with a comma between them, but that doesn't work either.

Thanks!
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I had this same issue, I needed to send about 10 emails but I could only get one to show as well. I could only find a work around not a solution and that was to create a an email group in outlook and name that email group as the recipient. For example Client@EmailGroup and in outlook I would have all the emails needed grouped as that name.
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We had this same trouble. We never found a solution to include multiple parties in the To line but we can include many in the CC line. We placed the following in the Action as 'Go to URL.'

="MailTo:user.one@email.com" & "?cc=user.two@email.com;user.three@email.com"

However, in order to stop confusion we found that we could leave mailto blank and put all recipients in the CC line. This helped us politically.

="MailTo:" & "?cc=user.one@email.com;user.two@email.com;user.three@email.com"
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Good to know. Thanks!
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