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Listed below are the most recently published (or updated) articles in our Developer section. A list articles in the Outlook Developer section is in the Outlook Developer Index. A list of all Slipstick.com articles containing VBA code samples can be found in the VBA Samples Index.
How to use a VBA macro to list all snoozed times for Appointments, Flagged messages, and Tasks.
How to create a list of the folders in Microsoft Outlook data files. This code works with any data file in the Outlook profile.
Use PowerShell to search for Contacts with a value in a default or custom Contact field. While you can do a more complicated search within Outlook, you will need to use PowerShell (or VBA) if you want to search for a value in a custom field.
A user wanted "a rule that will perform an action if I am the only one in the To box, even when there are others in the CC box". He also asked for a rule "that will perform an action if I am included in the To box but am not the only one in the To box".
Use a macro to add contact information to a task or appointment body.
These code samples show you how to use a run a script rule to send an auto response, including the received date and when the recipient should expect a follow up response. The first sample uses a template for the reply, the second macro replies to the incoming message.
How to add folders to an Outlook data file using PowerShell, including reading folder names from text file. Also, PowerShell to delete folders listed in a text file.
The VBScripts on this page will export or import a list of your categories for backup and importing into your Outlook desktop mailbox.