I appreciate the response.
I'm getting conflicting messages. My first thought is that the dialog is from Outlook because Outlook VBA is writing to a closed Excel workbook and the Excel application has yet to be launched. However, the dialog box title is "Microsoft Excel" (see...
Is there a Outlook version of Excel's Application.DisplayAlerts = False? I'm repeatedly overwriting an excel file from Outlook and don't want to deal with the "Are You Really Sure You Want To Do This?" dialog box
In using an awesome sub by Greg Thatcher (found here), it does a great job at extracting the information, but the output leaves much to be desired.
I'm wondering if someone could help in two ways:
1) point me the the direction where I could write the output first to an array (for...
No worries - I'm just grateful for the help. The missing M is a copy/paste error; it's there in 'real-life' ;-)
I've altered the code a bit; I call it using
If mod_Exists.ExactWordInString(objMail.Subject, "Reconciliation") = True _
Then Call Sign_Encrypt(objMail) where Set objMail...
The MSDN macro is throwing error 438 (I think I read something about ActiveInspector not working in Office 2010??).
Alternatively, using the ItemSend macro is throwing error 424 - Object required
Everything goes off without a hitch until "SignAndEncrypt (objMail)" Can you assist? What am I...
From what I've seen, past versions of Outlook did not have the capability of programatically signing/encrypting email; is this still the case for Outlook 2010 (32- or 64-bit)??
If that's still the case, would it be possible to use the code found here or here and turn it on/off programatically...