FMS Email Newsletter June 2016

For Microsoft Access, SQL Server,
Visual Studio .NET, and VB6 Professionals


Greetings!

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We are delighted to announce the availability of several of our products to support Microsoft Access 2016 and older versions. This includes the release of Total Access Emailer, Total Access Statistics, and Total Access Startup. We've added many new features to make the products more valuable than ever. More information on their enhancements are discussed below.

For the latest notifications, keep following us through our Like Us on Facebook Facebook page, FMS BlogBlog, and FMS TwitterTweets. In March, Microsoft released an update to Office 2010 that caused all Access ACCDE and MDE files to fail. We published a blog about that problem which was one of the most popular posts on the subject. We shared it on Facebook and Twitter, but didn't create an email newsletter about it.

All the best,

Luke Chung
President

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Download the free trial version of Total Access Emailer to send emails from Microsoft Access Send personalized Microsoft Access emails with data and reports using Total Access EmailerSend personalized Microsoft Access emails with data and reports using Total Access Emailer

Total Access Emailer Ships for Microsoft Access 2016

Send Emails from Microsoft Access databases with attached reports as PDFsWe are delighted to announce the release of Total Access Emailer for Microsoft Access 2016. Total Access Emailer is the most popular email program for Microsoft Access. Easily send personalized emails to everyone in your list by customizing your messages and subjects from data specific to each recipient. Attach files and Access reports as PDFs which can be filtered for each person so they only receive their information. Your data source can be any table or query in your database that has a list of email addresses.

The latest version offers many enhancements from the previous versions:

  • Support for the 32 and 64-bit versions of Access 2016
  • Validate All the Email Addresses in Your Email Blast Before You Send It
  • Save Attachment Files to Disk
  • Preview Saving Files to Disk Interactively or Programmatically with a New VBA Function
  • Improved SMTP Connectivity and Office365 Integration with TLS Format Support
  • New Manual and Help File

For more information on the enhancements, visit: Total Access Emailer 2016.

We will also be releasing updates for the Microsoft Access 2013, 2010, and 2007 versions soon. Existing Total Access Emailer customers can upgrade for a discounted price.


Free Trial Download for Total Access Statistics Perform statistical analysis on Microsoft Access dataPerform statistical analysis on Microsoft Access data

Total Access Statistics Ships for Microsoft Access 2016

Total Access Statistics for Microsoft Access 2016Total Access Statistics is the most powerful data analysis program for Microsoft Access. Analyze your data (included linked tables) with a wide range of statistical functions that go way beyond Access queries. Easily calculate ....

We are delighted to announce the release of Total Access Statistics for Microsoft Access 2016 with many new features:

  • Support for Microsoft Access 2016, 32 and 64 bit versions
  • New redistributable runtime libraries to support Access 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, and 2003
  • Support for Windows 10 (and all Windows versions supported by Access)
  • New Manual and Context Sensitive Help

For additional details, visit New Features in Total Access Statistics 2016. Existing customers can upgrade at a discounted price.


Free Trial Download of Total Access StartupMicrosoft Access Version LauncherMicrosoft Access Version Launcher

Total Access Startup 2016 Ships

Total Access Startup for Microsoft Access 2016Total Access Startup makes it easy to deploy updates of your front-end Microsoft Access database to each user's desktop and launch the right version of Access with it.

We are delighted to announce the release of Total Access Startup for Microsoft Access 2016 with many new features:

  • Support for Microsoft Access 2016, 32 and 64 bit versions
  • Support for older versions including Access 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000 and 97
  • New Tabbed Interface for the Administrator Wizard
  • Set a Range of Allowable Access Versions to run your database with preference in either direction
  • Add a Splash Screen when your Program Loads
  • Create the Shortcut with Icons from our Icon Library
  • Customize and Localize Error Messages to Your Language
  • Support for Windows 10 (and all Windows versions supported by Access)
  • New Manual and Context Sensitive Help

For additional details, visit New Features in Total Access Startup 2016. Existing customers can upgrade at a discounted price.


Remote Desktop ConnectionsNew Paper: Tips and Techniques for Setting Up Remote Desktop Connections and Using Multiple Displays

We have a new paper on Remote Desktop Connections describing how to:

  • Setup Remote Desktop Connections
  • Troubleshoot problems connecting to a remote computer
  • Simplify logging in
  • Using multiple display monitors (even if the remote PC only has one monitor)

Multiple Display Monitors

Take advantage of the power of Remote Desktop to manage PCs across your organization without leaving your chair!


Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2016 is Now Available

Microsoft has stopped support for SQL Server 2005 and shipped a new version of SQL Server. SQL Server 2016 offers many new features for improved performance, analytics, encryption, and security. Microsoft Access applications can link to SQL Server database as an alternative to Jet database storage.

The free SQL Server Express lets you run SQL Server for databases up to 10 GB in size. For more information on the different versions of SQL Server, hardware requirements, operating systems. and the free download links, visit our Microsoft SQL Server Express Editions page.

Microsoft SQL Server Consulting ServicesMicrosoft Access to SQL Server Upsizing Services

Want to migrate your Microsoft Access solutions to a SQL Server backend database? Our Professional Solutions Group can help you make the transition. Contact us to learn more.


Visual Studio .NET C# Developer Job OpportunityHelp Wanted: Experienced Visual Studio .NET C# Web Developer

Are you interested in becoming one of our developers? We're looking for an experienced C# web developer to join our Professional Solutions team. If you've created and deployed web sites using C#, MVC, JavaScript, CSS, SQL Server and related technologies, we're interested in you.

This is a permanent, career position with our core development team in Tysons Corner, Virginia offices (just outside Washington DC). You'll be creating innovative solutions to help our clients and internal needs. For more information and how to apply, visit: Microsoft Visual Studio .NET C# Web Developer


Microsoft Access VersionsMicrosoft Access Version Releases, Service Packs, Hotfixes, and Updates History

We've updated our Microsoft Access version history page with updates including Access 2016 in May.

Read the page for more information and links for the free updates: Microsoft Access Version Releases, Service Packs, Hotfixes, and Updates History

Let us know if there's more information you'd like us to add.

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