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Posted 25 Jan 2010

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Get Outlook 07 email & attachments entry ID using C#.NET

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24 Apr 2010CPOL
Introduction...
Introduction

VBA developers are very much familiar with the features of Microsoft .NET platform to develop custom AddIn for Office system... This tip is about to get an Outlook email entry id & programmatic way to retrieve the attachments and store into another location. A sample code example is given below:

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More information on Outlook.Inspectors can be found at <a href="http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms268893%28VS.80%29.aspx">this link.</a>[<a href="http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms268893%28VS.80%29.aspx" target="_blank" title="New Window">^</a>]

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himanshub197813-Sep-13 1:56
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GeneralReason for my vote of 5 Helped me to start working on AddIn ... Pin
shijis27-Oct-11 6:52
shijis27-Oct-11 6:52 
GeneralSome help here for a VB.net programmer Pin
Michael Clinton26-Jan-10 12:57
Michael Clinton26-Jan-10 12:57 
Does ThisAddin_startup code go in the Form1_Load sub?
What I did was create a ribbon with a button that opens a form. I then ask for a user id or lastname where I display a datagridview on result and then have them click on a row that gives me a Person ID. I hide the panel and then show another panel with more detail of that person. I want to then have the option to save the email body with a select of type of email... like Drug Screening, Back Ground Investication, ect... Then I want an option to save individual attachments again with attachment types. I would assume I would have a datagrid that would email body and this list off the individual attachments with a combobox column to save the files individual.

Any suggestions.
mjc
GeneralRe: Some help here for a VB.net programmer Pin
Md. Marufuzzaman26-Jan-10 19:20
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