Use a macro to apply categories assigned to a contact to the messages they send you.
How to create a new message using Stationery or any HTML file using the standard commands of More Stationery or Insert > Insert as Text command. You can also use a macro to create the message.
Although Outlook doesn't include a way to use stationery with replies and forwards, you can use a macro to insert stationery into a reply or forward. You can also use the macro to insert a boilerplate text file.
How to use a macro to filter and export Outlook Contacts to a CSV file.
Several users asked me how to add secure to the message subject before sending the message. I need a way to change the subject of an email after I hit send. Specific example: If I have a subject that says "meeting", after I hit send I would like the subject to be automatically changed to
Use a run a script rule to set reminders to alert you if a new message (such as routine server alerts) doesn't arrive within a specified time.
Use this macro to create and print a Microsoft Word document containing Outlook's business cards. The macro saves the card as a jpg image then inserts it into a Word document. How to use macros First: You will need macro security set to low during testing. To check your macro security in Outlook 2010 or
Kamram was looking for a way to create a log file of messages and their attachments. While you can simply select all messages in a folder and copy to Excel, this won't include the attachment names. Fortunately, picking up the attachment names and creating a new message or sending the data to Excel is not
Create Outlook email messages using data contained in an Excel workbook OR CSV file.
I had a few questions about Outlook's voting buttons this week. Several users wondered why the voting buttons weren't working on messages sent to addresses outside of the company. When you add voting buttons to an email, the message is sent using Rich Text Format (RTF). Because only Outlook can decode RTF messages, many Exchange