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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 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 or PowerShell to create the message.
How to use VBA to create and email a daily agenda with your upcoming appointments, each evening. You can also use VBA to automate adding your availability to a message.
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.