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    DRAGGING MAIL AND ATTACHMENTS TO CALENDAR

    Outlook 2007 Is there a, when dragging email to the calendar that the attachment can also transfer? The situation is: I receive an email with papers for a meeting attached. I can drag the email to create to the appointment time but the papers don't. It would be useful to have the papers...
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    SUBFOLDER OF A SUBFOLDER

    I have a macro that sorts and moves mail into a subfolders according to category. I now want subfolders within the subfolders but I don't know how to write the instruction to move the mail - in this case 1st subfolder is AGENDA 05 MANAGEMENT then 2nd subfolder of 1st subfolder is PROJECTS 5.2...
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    set a flag task date as the next weekday

    thanks for replying but I don't really understand. I have managed to get it to set a Tuesday but in Jan 1900 Sub NextTuesday(NextTuesday) Sub SetfollowupTuesdayMacro() Dim Sel As Outlook.Selection Set Sel = Application.ActiveExplorer.Selection Dim Item As Object Dim j As...
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    set a flag task date as the next weekday

    Don't think I have worded the thread title correctly. Should be "a" weekday rather than "the next" weekday
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    set a flag task date as the next weekday

    Not quite sure how to technically describe the task. No VBA experience but looking for a macro that will give an option to set a flag task date as the next monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday. Grateful for any help. Outlook 2007.
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    HOW CAN I CHANGE THIS TO SENT ITEMS

    Thank you for replying asI am sure you are very busy. (sorry for the CAPS in the Heading - nothing meant by them!) I tried your suggested change and it wont work - the debug just highlights this line. I have no VBA knowledge! Thank you for replying as I am sure you are very busy. (sorry for...
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    HOW CAN I CHANGE THIS TO SENT ITEMS

    How can I change this to run on sent items? Sub Test() Dim ns As Outlook.NameSpace Dim objItem As Object Dim FolderInbox As Folder Dim MyItem As Outlook.MailItem '// Added - A collection to hold the IDs of message to be deleted...
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    Outlook 7 VBA macro for multiple filing

    I can't get this to work. Should move emails to multiple folders based on categories and delete inbox original. It did work and then it didn't. Seems to be a Next or For or If issue! Sub Test() Dim ns As Outlook.NameSpace Dim objItem As Object Dim FolderInbox As...
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