I'm sure there is a simple way to do this, I just haven't found it :)
User clicks on a meeting. I need to get information about meetings in the same time period.
The time period could be the same day, the same week or the same month.
For example, for the same day, I need to get the...
GAL. Got it! Thx again!
I'm kind of surprised I can't find any case online where someone else had the same requirement (i.e., to get a truly unique count of physical people planning to attend a meeting)
Also, I'm assuming that in all scenarios I will be able to programmatically get email...
Hi Diane -- Basically trying to figure out how many people are likely to come to a future meeting, or did come to a meeting (based on their response status). The distribution list their on doesn't matter.
Incidentally, I tested the code below. When *I* own the distribution list, Outlook appears to resolve to unique invitees. When a meeting has someone else's distribution list (e.g., from global address book), it only gets the name of the distribution list. Point is, it appears I have to code for...
Thanks a lot for your replies!
Quick question: Was thinking that the code above tells me the unique members of a single distribution list, but not the truly unique people on a meeting (e.g., invite includes two distribution list w/the same person on both).
To get the TRULY unique count, I was...
I found this snippet but it doesn't fully address the scenario, but maybe can help someone who knows what s/he's doing help me :)
Public Sub ShowMemberCount()
Dim obj As Object
Dim DL As Outlook.DistListItem
If TypeOf Application.ActiveWindow Is Outlook.Explorer Then
I am new to Microsoft coding and to outlook in particular. I have 3 related challenges to solve.
For a given meeting (appointment?)
1) count the UNIQUE number of people invited (example...)
- required, 7
- optional, 2
- organizer, 1
2) count the UNIQUE # of people by meeting...