No. Microsoft Access does not currently offer a way to perform Late Binding when using MDE / ACCDE files. Since the Total Access Emailer Programmatic functions are embedded within these file types, Late Binding is not an option for this product.
The easiest option in this case would be to have the Access database reference the Total Access Emailer library file located in the same folder for everyone; though this may not always be possible.
In a network environment with a front-end/back-end Access database architecture, the Total Access Emailer library (ACCDE or MDE) can be located on a network drive and the front-end database references that. Every front-end database would see that library whether the database is installed locally or on the network.
Alternatively, for better performance, one may want to install the library on a local drive. It just needs to be installed in the same folder as the front-end database. That means the developer can use any folder during development and reference the Total Access Emailer library, then give it to someone else to install in a different folder. When Microsoft Access opens that database and can't find the Total Access Emailer library, it automatically looks for it in the current database and connects to it.