Use a macro to clean up duplicates messages in an Outlook folder.
Outlook doesn't support creating shortcuts to folder on the Quick Access toolbar (QAT) or ribbon, but you can put macro on the QAT or ribbon that opens a folder.
A user wanted to know how to view his snoozed reminders: Say I have task and set it to postpone, for instance, 4 days. Is there a column that I can select that will show this postponed date? You can make a list of snoozed reminders using this macro Sub FindSnoozedReminders() Dim objReminder As Outlook.Reminder
Use a VBA macro to resize large images in received email.
How to automatically create tasks for message you send using a VBA macro.
Use VBA to select multiple calendars in overlay mode. Can deselect iCloud calendars using this code. Code Sample included.
Use an Outlook macro to open every hyperlink in the selected email message. A version of the macro will open hyperlinks in every message in the selected folder.
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.
A VBA code sample to save one or more selected messages to your My Documents folder as .msg files, using the received date and time as the filename.
The scenario: You have several email accounts, each with their own data file and you want to empty the deleted items in every data file with one click. The solution: a macro.
Use a macro to forward Outlook email messages that are waiting for a reply after a number of days.
Use an Outlook macro to create a list of users in the Exchange Global Address List or a list of member of a distribution group in the GAL.
Use a macro to change the Outlook option to show either the number of unread messages or the total number of messages in a folder.
This macro uses the OpenSharedItem method to import messages, appointments, or contacts stored in the Windows File System back into Outlook folders.
Although Outlook VBA doesn't include a paste from clipboard function directly, you can use the MSForms dataobject to transfer the clipboard contents to a string which is then called from VBA.