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
When you use Microsoft Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 and have multiple accounts delivered to different *.pst files, Outlook doesn’t use the default account set in Account settings. Instead, it uses the account associated with the mailbox or *.pst file the folder you are viewing is stored in. This change in behavior doesn't work well when an IMAP is configured to be the default email account and you have a POP3 account delivered to the default pst file.
Macro samples to send messages from a specific email account or email address you have permission to send as.
How to create a map or driving directions to one or more Outlook Contact's address or Meeting locations using VBA.
Use a macro to skip weekends on holidays when flagging messages to be due tomorrow.
How to change the Map service that Outlook uses for the MapIt feature in Outlook Contacts to use your favorite map website.
Remove a signature from a message using a VBA macro.
Use a macro to quickly add the sender of an email to a Contact Group.
How to add photos to Outlook contacts, either by editing each contact or using VBA or a utility to add images to all contacts.
How to create your own send to shortcut that uses your Outlook stationery and signature. Customize the shortcuts to include the email addresses and more.
Use a macro to send files to a list of addresses stored in an Excel workbook.
How to choose the file path when you save an Outlook attachment or a message using a VBA macro.
The following code works in Outlook 2000 and up. It saves the attachments from selected messages but does not delete the attachments from the message(s). This VBA code is based on the code sample at our Outlook-Tips site: Save and Delete Attachments. Use it if you want to save the attachment, add a link to
One (very justified) complaint about Outlook recurrence patterns is that there is not a pattern for Every xx weekday (Monday - Friday). You can create appointments for specific days of the week, but the every xx days pattern includes Saturday and Sunday. The solution: a macro that copies the appointment details to a new appointment.
Use Outlook's Rules Wizard and a Run a Script rule to autoaccept (or decline) meeting requests in Microsoft Outlook. Includes a version that checks your Free/Busy status before accepting (or declining).