Creating Meeting Request Custom form and distribute it to domain user HELP!!!

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farisnt

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Good day, Long story but please try to help me in this one


This is the detais,


I had create a custom form for meeting request and publish it in My Exchange server 2010 Public Folder, everything is OK, but here are the problems


- I use a VBA Macro that will run this form and add it as a button (testing on my PC and some other PC) but I notice that the script is not always working, This is the script I write (found it in Microsoft) OL2000: How to Open a Form from a Toolbar Button


Sub DisplayForm()
Set objSysInfo = CreateObject("ADSystemInfo")
strUser = objSysInfo.UserName
Set objUser = GetObject("LDAP://" & strUser)
stremail = objUser.Get("mail")
Set myFolder1 = Session.Folders("Public Folders - " & stremail)
Set myFolder2 = myFolder1.Folders("All Public Folders")
Set myFolder3 = myFolder2.Folders("Public Data")
Set myItem = myFolder3.Items.Add("IPM.Appointment.custmeet")
myItem.Display


End Sub


View attachment 669




after troubleshooting I found that the script will fail for some users who have several email account that dont match to exchange policy, like this case:


userA have login name: UserA


Email address: user1@domain.com; userA@domain.com(Primary SMTP in Exchange)


so this VBA will fail as the returned result will be different than the actual user, this code will get the email (userA@domain.com) not user1@domain.com




what I need first is how can I read the current account outlook is using (I dont want to make LDAP query)


I am talking about reading this valueView attachment 670


can some one help






2- another major problem is when the user make a new meeting request using this form the user getting a message telling that outlook wont be able to track this reqeust as its not in the default user calender folder.. what can i do to replicate the calender request to the default folder or what can I do




Thanksssssssssss alot for reading all this..
 
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