Without looking at your HUGE code stream, I'm curious what your question really is. If you know how to send an email, and you know how to update your table, then isn't your task simply to send an email after updating the table? I would make the email a function to get it out of the "way" and then add a call to it right after I did an update. The user probably gets a message of the successful update, so when you do that, that's when you call your email function. Maybe have a couple of arguments in the function to pass some specifics and that's that.
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