Use a macro to quickly add the sender of an email to a Contact Group.
Victor Beekman wanted to share another macro with our visitors. This is similar to our macros that search for all messages from a contact or sender but instead of doing an "in-place" search, it opens a new window with the results.
I often need to copy a Contact's details to share with others and to put into appointments.
A bug in Outlook 2013 & Outlook 2016 erases the Company name field when syncing with the new Outlook.com.
When you right click on a sender or recipient in an email header and choose Add to Outlook Contacts, a new contact is created and displayed in the Contact Card. In some builds, Outlook uses the email alias (the part before the @) as the full name.
Use Search Refiners to limit the search results in Outlook's Instant Search.
The default address book appears to be empty in Outlook when you click the Address book button or the To button when composing a message.
This macro uses the OpenSharedItem method to import messages, appointments, or contacts stored in the Windows File System back into Outlook folders.
It can be a real hassle to update contacts when a company changes their name and domain. While it's actually really easy to change the company name by using group by company view and dragging contacts to a new group, you can't change the email address field using this method.
Use an Outlook macro to attach the newest file in a folder to a new message.