I am hoping someone can help. I have developed an Access db for a small non-profit (designed in Access 2013), and as a small part of it's functionality I needed to send an email via the 'EMailDatabaseObject' macro, which was working fine.
Recently, one of our employees received a new computer with Windows 10 and Office 2016, and now this function breaks the macro, with a "Microsoft Access cannot send this e-mail message." error.
I have a hunch that this is some new bit of security set by default by Microsoft, but the only hints towards that have suggested that I need to edit the registry for a fix. I am hoping that there is a simple workaround, and would welcome any feedback.
Did this new computer come with Office 365 pre-installed? If it did, you could be looking at the "Store Version" of the Office suite which comes installed as a Windows 10 App. Because it has several different operating paths, this version tends to break things like macros and third party add-ins. IF this fits your situation, the fix seems to be removing the Store version first, then installing either Click to Run or MSI versions.