I am using a WinForm for filling out templates, in which the user can Click Send to open a New Message in Outlook (it uses the default account) and places the template in as HTMLBody.
I have seen all the different ways to read the files manually to insert signatures, but that doesn't fit my situation. My users will have multiple Outlook Exchange accounts configured, but only 1 will be used with the templates. The question is, how can I read the account type I want (if anything, based on name or server address) in order to get the signature set up for it?
I guess worse case scenario I could make everyone use the same name for the Signature which would make reading it in manually easier. However, there should be a way to read the account and needed signature for the specific account via VSTO or Interop without scanning files in a directory and play hit or miss.
I need in a console application to have user input an integer in military time that be converted some how to 13:00 or 13:30 instead of1330 the pure number.
So that I can then take 1330and have the user input an end time like1430and increase it by25percentto come out with1445or 2:45. So your increases the total time from1 hour to1 hour and15 minutes.
The input will always be HHMM in military time