Hello, I'm new to access and I could use some help. I am a volunteer coordinator for Friends of the Parks groups. I've set up a parameter query (called 'MyEmailAddresses') which pulls data from my 'Volunteer List' for Friends associated with one specific park which I enter on the prompt window. I want to be able to email everyone who shows up in this query at once in Outlook, and I'd preferably also like to have them all in the BCC: line instead of To:. I tried a macro for this based off one I use to email an individual person which goes like this: OnError Next, SendObject ,,,=[Volunteer Name] & IIf(Nz[E-mail Address])<>","[&[E-mail Address] & "]"),,,,,Yes, MsgBox =[MacroError].[Description],Yes,None, I took this macro and added OpenQuery MyEmailAddresses, Datasheet, Edit to the top of it...But this only adds one email address when it launches Outlook and I want them all (i.e. email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com etc.) Then, I tried a module with the code below, created a macro called Distribution List and set it to the button in my form that i want to click on to email everyone. But, I get the error 'the object doesn't contain the Automation object 'DistributionList' when I click the button. I'm not sure what this means or how to fix it. Code: Option Compare Database Private Sub Command309_Click() On Error GoTo Err_Command309_Click Dim strTo As String Dim strCCName As String Dim strTitle As String Dim strMessage As String Dim rs As Recordset Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("MyEmailAddresses") Do While Not rs.EOF strTo = rs!Email & "; " rs.MoveNext Loop rs.Close strCCName = "firstname.lastname@example.org" strTitle = "Friends" strMessage = "Hello Friends!" DoCmd.SendObject , , , strTo, strCCName, , strTitle, strMessage, False Exit_Command309_Click: Exit Sub Err_Command309_Click: MsgBox Err.Description Resume Exit_Command309_Click End Sub So any suggestions on my macro or my code? Which will work best for me?