Pickfolder, modOpenSaveFile, clsCommonDialog

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jo@jo.uk

#1
Hi,all

I have a need to obtain a copy of a file that is contained in a folder (say

hold) in my personal folder structure of outlook. The file would then be

transferred to a folder in my access file structure so that I can utilise it

within my database.

My idea is that a user would click on a button within access to launch

either pickfolder or modOpenSaveFile or clsCommonDialog dialog window to

navigate to the folder(Hold) and the open / save routine would be able to

save it to say c:\TempHold.

I have found a code example regarding setting a reference to an exchange

public folder.

http://www.fabalou.com/Outlook/GetOutlookFolder.asp

However I do not have a enough knowledge of outlook to expand on it.

Hence I would be most grateful for any help.
 
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Salad

#2
jo@jo.uk wrote:


> Hi,all

> I have a need to obtain a copy of a file that is contained in a folder (say
> hold) in my personal folder structure of outlook. The file would then be
> transferred to a folder in my access file structure so that I can utilise it
> within my database.

> My idea is that a user would click on a button within access to launch
> either pickfolder or modOpenSaveFile or clsCommonDialog dialog window to
> navigate to the folder(Hold) and the open / save routine would be able to
> save it to say c:\TempHold.

> I have found a code example regarding setting a reference to an exchange
> public folder.

> http://www.fabalou.com/Outlook/GetOutlookFolder.asp

> However I do not have a enough knowledge of outlook to expand on it.
> Hence I would be most grateful for any help.


Send a request to patrickfinucaneca@gmail.com if you can program and

understand VBA code.
 
J

jo@jo.uk

#3
That you for the suggestion but as this is a newsgroup I would rather share

any dialog with the group
 
S

Salad

#4
jo@jo.uk wrote:


> That you for the suggestion but as this is a newsgroup I would rather share
> any dialog with the group


K. I doubt an Access app can be attached to a newsgroup message. Good

luck in your search.
 
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