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    Saving emails using Visual Basic - Selecting folder with msoFileDialogFolderPicker

    Hi, I asked this a few years ago but didn't get a response. Was hoping it's now possible. This macro saves selected emails into a folder chosen by function "BrowseForFolder". It also adds the date as part of the filename. My issue is that the default start folder selected is always the same and...
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    Extract "Date sent" from emails (saved to folder using drag and drop)

    Hi, is it possible to extract the date sent for emails saved in a desktop folder, using drag and drop. This would be done using VBA in Excel.
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    Dialog called up multiple times when saving emails from macro

    This macro saves selected emails into a folder chosen by function "BrowseForFolder". If I select "n" emails to save, the dialog comes up "n" times. Is there a way to call it up just once? Option Explicit Public Sub Save_Messages_Select_Ask2() Dim oMail As Outlook.MailItem Dim objItem As...
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    Selecting folder with msoFileDialogFolderPicker

    This macro saves selected emails into a folder chosen by function "BrowseForFolder". It also adds the date as part of the filename. My issue is that the default start folder selected is always the same and I have to navigate to the folder each time. I want to use "msoFileDialogFolderPicker" to...
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    Large emails not sent from correct account

    Hi I use Outlook 2007. I have a Hotmail account as the default and then I have another IMAP account as well. When I send a small size email (with or without a file attachment) from the IMAP account, all is good. When I send an email with a large size attachment, it sends from the default Hotmail...
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    Save selected email message as .msg file (with user to choose folder location)

    Hi The macro below works perfectly to save emails to your hard drive with a date prefix. However, it only saves to "\Documents". Is there some code that I can insert so that I can choose the folder path. Thanks. Option Explicit Public Sub SaveMessageAsMsg() Dim oMail As Outlook.MailItem...
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