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Topic # 230575 2-Mar-2018 14:42
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Hi,

 

i want to schedule an email (with an excel file attached) to be sent out everyday (atleast once a week for now) to a group of people.

 

i want the excel file to be picked from my computer (as i update it on daily basis).

 

i do not want to send manually every time.

 

What are my options ?





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  Reply # 1967110 2-Mar-2018 15:04
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Dont think Outlook would do this.

 

Have a look at these options instead - https://www.raymond.cc/blog/sending-email-using-command-line-useful-for-downtime-alert-notification/

 

Setup with task scheduler via a script.

 

 





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  Reply # 1967115 2-Mar-2018 15:14
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Microsoft Flow or IFTTT or something like that.


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  Reply # 1967121 2-Mar-2018 15:23
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update your file and store it in the Cloud (like SharePoint or Teams or even Outlook Groups)

 

Those platforms can automatically email them when a file updates.


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  Reply # 1967125 2-Mar-2018 15:32
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If you're on office365, def Microsoft Flow.



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  Reply # 1967139 2-Mar-2018 16:17
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yes we are on Office 365.

 

i will have a look at Microsoft Flow





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Microsoft Flow is great.

 

Haha... people are gonna get tonnes of email everyday





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