This VBA code sample is the result of a discussion in the Microsoft Answers forum. Because of recent changes at Outlook.com, tasks, appointments, and contacts do not support attachments. You can add attachments to the items in Outlook 2013, but the attachments are hidden.
When a meeting invitation is deleted from the Inbox, the tentative copy of the associated meeting remains in the Calendar.
When you use an IMAP account in Outlook 2013, appointments and contacts are stored in the IMAP data file. Create a local pst file and move the appointments and contacts to the local data file.
How to view the created date of any Outlook item using VBA. Includes code to display the start or end date of a recurring series.
Two macros to remove reminder from appointments. The first macro removes the reminders as the appointment is created in a specific calendar folder. The other macro removes reminders from older items.
How to use VBA to create recurring appointments in Outlook that have two patterns, such as first and fourth Monday.
Use VBA to watch for new appointments added to the calendar and copy them to a second calendar. This is useful if you are syncing with a second calendar and only want some items synced.
This macro copies a meeting request to an appointment. Why would you want to copy a meeting? In my case, to add it to the calendar that syncs with my blackberry. If I forward the meeting, my Blackberry address is exposed to the organizer. Meeting organizers might want a copy they can use to block off time before or after the meeting, or to use for meeting notes.
One (very justified) complaint about Outlook recurrence patterns is that there is not a pattern for Every xx weekday (Monday - Friday). You can create appointments for specific days of the week, but the every xx days pattern includes Saturday and Sunday. The solution: a macro that copies the appointment details to a new appointment.
Use a VBA macro to move new appointments (or contacts) to a different folder. Can be used to move appointments and contacts to Hotmail or iCloud folders.