Total Access Emailer is the world's most popular Microsoft Access email add-in product and VBA code library. Simplify the way you communicate with your contacts, and easily share the data and reports from your Microsoft Access databases with personalized emails for each recipient.
Setting Password in Total Access Emailer triggers a Field Too Small Error.
We have received reports of Total Access Emailer crashing when attempting to use the VBA function TotalAccessEmailer_SetPasswords to update the password for the SMTP Server.
- Error Description: The field is too small to accept the amount of data you attempted to add. Try inserting or pasting less data.
- Error Number: -2147217887
- Procedure: p_TotalAccessEmailer_SetPasswords
The encrypted password is longer than what can fit in the default 255 character text field.
Here is an example of the code that calls the TotalAccessEmailer_SetPasswords function from the Total Access Emailer sample database. It's writing the LogonPassword to the options table that you specified. If you didn't specify a MS Access table name, it uses usysTEmailerOptions. This table is (by default) configured to allow a password length of 255 characters, which is enough for most needs. However, if you've changed the data type to allow fewer characters (or you are using a different table that does not allow enough characters), this crash will occur.
Dim strError As String On Error GoTo PROC_ERR DoCmd.Hourglass True Me.Refresh ' First, use the TotalAccessEmailer_SetPasswords function to encrypt and save the passwords If mfPasswordChanged Then strError = TotalAccessEmailer_SetPasswords(Nz(Me.txtLogonPassword, ""), Nz(Me.txtFirewallPassword, "")) End If If strError = "" Then ' Validate the server settings strError = TotalAccessEmailer_SMTP_IsValid
Simply change the datatype for the password field in the table you are using to allow a longer password. The easiest fix would be to change the data type of the table field to Memo.
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