How to use a userform and VBA to select from a list of templates when creating a new message to a contact.
Getting text out of a message body isn't as hard as it sounds, provided there is something in the body to search on. For example, if you are looking for a tracking code in an email and it's always identified as "Tracking code:" , you can use VB functions or RegEx to get the string.
Publish a template to another user's mailbox using a macro or a custom form.
Use a macro to write Outlook values to an Excel spreadsheet.
How to add a file number to the subject line of an Outlook message using VBA. (Sample macro included.)
How to use a run a script rule in Outlook to add a category to delegated meetings.
By default, Outlook always replies to and forwards mail using the account the message arrived on. Most of the time, this is how most of us want Outlook to handle our accounts. But there are times when you might want to send the reply from a different account. We show you how to do this.
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.
How to make Outlook warn you about possible missing attachments before sending a message.
How to use Outlook VBA with items that are open in an Inspector window or selected in an Explorer window.
How to use VBA to save selected Outlook messages as PDF files.
A VBA code sample to save one or more selected messages to your My Documents folder as .msg files, using the received date and time as the filename.
The following code works in Outlook 2000 and up. It saves the attachments from selected messages but does not delete the attachments from the message(s). This VBA code is based on the code sample at our Outlook-Tips site: Save and Delete Attachments. Use it if you want to save the attachment, add a link to
How to use VBA to 'do something' in Outlook's non-default folders.
How to keep the name of an attachment in a message after using VBA to remove the attachment.