For the December question, I went overboard with a two part answer. I have never seen an attachment with ' a different class and do not see the purpose of this property. Again it demonstrates ' #### statements that are likely to be useful in the final ' #### version ' Create dividing row between emails . The first part was a series of teaching macros that explored the Outlook folder structure and wrote data to text files or Excel workbooks. Parent On Error Go To 0 Attach Dtl(6, Inx Attach) = . ' The code will stop here if a different class is found.
First paste the below mentioned code in the outlook module. I have added an extra statement to macro "Save Email Details" that shows how to access the Inbox of any store.
Then 5 Hi Siddharth Rout - I tried extracting content from outlook to excel with your example code and i'm unable to write a code and didnt get the desired solution. But Thank You so much for your time guiding and suggesting me few things in VBA. I have since installed a newer version of Outlook and I have discovered that it does not use the default Inbox. New introduction 1 A number of people have picked up the macro below, found it useful and have contacted me directly for further advice.
You can find her helping people online in Outlook Forums as well as in the Microsoft Answers and Tech Net forums.
Daily I'll receive around 50-60 mails with one standard subject: "Task Completed". Value = Format(Received Time, "mmmm d, yyyy h:mm") End With Row Crnt = Row Crnt 1 . Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
Because the folder appears in Outlook after creating the account on the S4, the S4 is responsible for the folder, not Outlook.
The S4 is not picking up the server's junk folder and is creating a junk of it's own.What the questioner of every variation appears unable to understand is that showing us what the data looks like on the screen does not tell us what the text or html body looks like. This answer is an attempt to get past that problem. The second part discussed how to design the extraction process. For this question Siddarth has provided an excellent, succinct answer and then a follow-up to help with the next stage. Display Name Attach Dtl(5, Inx Attach) = "--" ' I suspect Attachment had a parent property in early versions ' of Outlook. The macro below is more complicated than Siddarth’s but a lot simpler that those I included in my December answer.