Hi, thanks but I couldn't see anything in that link relating to msoFileDialogFolderPicker.
With the simpler one above, there is a variable called OpenAt. Is there a way to specify this and store the value for next use?
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...
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?
Public Sub Save_Messages_Select_Ask2()
Dim oMail As Outlook.MailItem
Dim objItem As...
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...
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...
The code below now works with some minor tweak. It will save the email to the selected folder.
Now I would like to have the macro remember the last folder location it saved to; so that if I save more than 1 email I do not have to browse through multiple folders each time.
Is this posible...
I don't know if we are talking about the same thing.
I've used the amended code as shown below and what happens is that it still saves to "\Documents" and this time adds the string of the folder you choose.
What I need is to choose where to save the file. Some emails are saved in one...
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.
Public Sub SaveMessageAsMsg()
Dim oMail As Outlook.MailItem...