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    Task not visible in SharePoint

    Well, I'm sorry:( I tried the code upside and down without getting any compilation errors, but still the status/priority don't get pasted into the custom status/priority, thus remains invisible in SharePoint. Thanks for your effort. /Paul
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    Task not visible in SharePoint

    Diane, you lost me there.... I assume your idea means that the custom status and custom priority fields should be integrated in the current macro. But how? I'm really on a beginner's level when it comes to this. "Add the status and priority fields to the view"....?.....they are already...
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    Task not visible in SharePoint

    I think I am getting closer now. Please look in to this code: Sub ConvertMailtoTask(Item As Outlook.MailItem) Dim objTask As Outlook.TaskItem Set objTask = Application.CreateItem(olTaskItem) Dim strStatus, strPriority 'move this up here just to get it out of the way Set SPSFolder =...
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    Task in SharePoint-list not visible to colleagues

    Hi! This thread continues and is better explained here: https://forums.slipstick.com/threads/90435-task-not-visible-sharepoint/ /Paul
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    What happened?

    Well, I found the problem. I had been a little sloppy:) They path was misspelled in the line: Set SPSFolder = GetFolderPath("SharePoint-lists\Archiving - Archiving registry") After correction it works again:)
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    Task not visible in SharePoint

    Hi! The code below converts incoming mail in Outlook to a task and moves the task to a SharePoint-list. So far so good:) When the task appears in the SharePoint-list it should be given a status (Not Started, Started, Completed) automatically. This is a requirement to make the line visible...
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    Task in SharePoint-list not visible to colleagues

    Hi! My previous post regarding a non working macro has somewhat been resolved. The macro works now and converts incoming mail to tasks and puts them in a dedicated SharePoint-list. The problem is - which is very odd - that it is only visible to me:( When my colleagues try to synchronize...
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    What happened?

    Hi folks! The following code was put in a self-signed macro two months ago and was working like a charm, but now it doesn't work any more. Any ideas why? This macro converts incoming mail to a task and then moves them to a SharePoint-list. What happends is that it doesn't do it automatic...
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    Auto-conversion mail to task

    Thanks again. It finally worked like a charm:) Did a silly mistake though since my system is in swedish where "SharePoint Lists" is "SharePoint-listor". Therefore the path was screwed up and eventhough the macro ran without any faults, the actual move of the task went to a non-existing...
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    Auto-conversion mail to task

    Thanks Diane! It really helps me:rolleyes: So the GetFolderPath function goes before the code you wrote? Is it enough to state: Set Items = GetFolderPath("SharePoint Lists\Any_given_subfolder").Items ....is the function included in the system or is it needed to include the whole code -...
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    Auto-conversion mail to task

    This is the Macro: Sub ConvertMailtoTask(Item As Outlook.MailItem) Dim objTask As Outlook.TaskItem Set objTask = Application.CreateItem(olTaskItem) With objTask .Subject = Item.Subject .StartDate = Item.ReceivedTime .Body = Item.Body .Save End With Set objTask =...
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    Outlook 2007 cant send email with vista Home Premium

    And you can't change these? I guess there must be a way to differentiate incoming from outgoing mail either by setting different servers or possibly by different ports - 110 for POP3 and 25 (or 2525) for SMTP. Otherwise Outlook (or any mail software) will not know how to handle your request...
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    Outlook 2007 cant send email with vista Home Premium

    Shouldn't you set an SMTP-server to be able to send mails?
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    Auto-conversion mail to task

    Hi! I'm having kind of a challenge. I'm trying to redirect received e-mails from a shared account in Outlook to a SharePoint task list. By doing so two steps are required: 1. Converting the received e-mail in the shared account's inbox to a task - which unfortunately, as I understand...
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