How to use a VBA macro to watch Microsoft Outlook's calendar for new appointments and warn you when the start or end times is outside of your working hours.
Use a macro to import data from a CSV or Excel xlsx file to create meeting requests or appointments.
Use a simple VBScript to remove PST files from the default profile when Outlook is closed. Use the script when Outlook is open to remove the PST files from the current profile.
Use a run a script rule or an ItemAdd macro to look for messages with attachments. When the attachment is a specific file type, do something with the message.
Use an Excel macro to create appointments in subcalendars in Outlook. To use, type the appointment data, including the calendar name, into the spreadsheet then run the macro. The macro creates appointments in the correct calendar folder.
How to "do something" when you click the Reply, Reply All, or Forward button. Add a category, change the subject, add a recipient, add boilerplate text.
How to assign a category to appointments automatically, as soon as they are over, using a macro with a trigger, such as the meetings own reminder or the next appointment reminder, that will kick off the macro.
Outlook doesn't have an automated method for assigning categories or deleting contacts that contain bad addresses, but you can use VBA to assign categories or delete the contacts.
How to use a macro to send a message and print the sent email with a click of the button.
There are two ways you can use a VBA macro to save all messages to a hard drive: use an ItemAdd macro to watch for new messages or use a Run a Script rule.