Thanks, Michael. I did some experimenting and set up to capture the SyncObject_SyncStart, _SyncEnd, _OnError, and _Progress events. I have each event set up to log its properties to a global email item that I created.
By doing this, I've documented that the SyncStart and SyncEnd events fire...
Is it possible for VBA to capture the event when Outlook starts to update subscribed Internet Calendars, and insert some logic into that process?
I have several "Internet Calendars" (via url) subscribed in Outlook.
Outlook throws lots of errors for various reasons, based on certain...
Thanks, Michael. What will that do? I'm guessing; but it doesn't sound like it will cause the Explorer.Close event to fire. Rather, it sounds like maybe it will cause Outlook to stop and wait for me to click a button before it closes?
I'm trying to get Outlook to do some things when the user closes the application.
I tried using the app.quit event, but that's too late, because by the time it fires, Outlook has already released all of my variables/objects. I need to run my code in an event that fires before that.