Use the ItemChange event to run a macro when the value in a field is changed in Outlook. In this example, when a task is marked complete, the Category is updated.
Use a VBA macro to always open a specific folder when you switch to a module.
How to use a VBA macro to insert a predefined text into the subject field of a new messages. Method works with any Outlook item type.
Use a VBA macro to monitor a folder in a secondary mailbox for new messages.
How to use VBA to mail merge (send individual messages) to members of a Contact Group.
How to read MAPI properties that are not exposed in the VBA Object model using the Property Accessor object.
Although Outlook VBA doesn't include a paste from clipboard function directly, you can use the MSForms dataobject to transfer the clipboard contents to a string which is then called from VBA.
Use the ItemChange event to run a macro when an Outlook item is changed. In this example, a task is created when the Quick Click Flag is clicked.
Use VBA to assign tasks to selected contacts. When a task is assigned to one person, you can keep a copy of the task in your Task folder and the person who accepts the task can send you updates. If the Task is assigned to multiple people, Outlook can’t track it and update the status.
How to use a userform and VBA to select from a list of templates when creating a new message to a contact.