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Currently I'm set up for a task where i have to create an Outlook Add-in that renames the filenames of emails which are exported to windows explorer through a simple Drag and Drop, this Add-in should only use the 3 first words of the E-mail subject + Recieving DateTime (so they remain unique so to speak) My question to you is as Follows, is this even possible, and if so, what is the expected expenditure, how far do i have to go(simple Macro, or that with a Shell extension) I'm really looking forward for your Help (All of which is deeply Appreciated) Thank You
Posted 26-Mar-13 2:50am
ThePhantomUpvoter 26-Mar-13 9:15am
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CHill60 26-Mar-13 9:32am
Have a look at this link - unfortunately I can't check it out as the website is blocked at work

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gberisha 26-Mar-13 9:59am
Hi there, Thanks a lot for your help,
unfortunately i'm not trying to export all e-mails to Excel but Windows explorer (Folder)
and while in the process let all filenames be atomaticaly adjusted
(please reply, i'm a little in the Dark here)
Maciej Los 26-Mar-13 10:27am
There is no difference between export data to Excel and export data to folder. Use MailItem object (as i suggest you) and SaveAs[^] method to save your email as a file with defined name. That's all. Try to do something and call again, OK? Use "Improve question" widget to update you question.

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