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    Outlook Macro details

    Yes trying to get those into windows explorer details. You assisted me in getting them exported to a file with a macro a while back and it works great. But I found that windows search works well with regular emails instead of using the macro but the problem is it will not save multiple emails...
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    Outlook Macro details

    I have a macro to export an email to a folder. It saves the date, time, from and subject line as the file name. How can I get this to save the email as Name= date and time, Author= sender and Subject= Subject.
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    Outlook macro help

    Well that was the issue. It works great. Now I have to play with it and see if I can get it to work on email directories. I have couple hundred with thousands of emails to output to file. Thank you for your time on this.
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    Outlook macro help

    Not sure if its the version I am running but it does not like this line: name = Format(mItem.ReceivedTime, "MMDDYYYY HHMM") & " " & mItem.Sender & " " & name And states: Run time error '438' Object doesn't support this property or method. maybe the mItem.Sender is suppose to be...
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    Outlook macro help

    I am not sure where to fix what you was asking. I tried your code but still does not get me the right results. Here is the format of mine.
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    Outlook macro help

    I had to strip some code as it would not let me post some where around 4000 characters. Here is the code I stripped, it belongs at the (removed code ) ' Cleanse illegal characters from subject... :/|*?<>" etc or sharepoint wont have it! name = Replace(name, "<", "(") name =...
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    Outlook macro help

    having issues at this part of the macro. I wish to have the format show up as MMDDYYYY HHMM Name Subject.msg (name would be who sent email as showing in Outlook) I end up getting: MMDDYYYYY HHMM AMD Subject.msg Here is the code I found that gets me almost to the right setup...
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