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VBA - WORKING WITH OUTLOOK VIDEOS▼
- Excel VBA Part 29.1 - Creating Outlook Emails
- Excel VBA Part 29.2 - Outlook Email Events
- Excel VBA Part 29.3 - Outlook Emails using the Word Editor
- Excel VBA Part 29.4 - Inserting Pictures in Outlook Emails
- Excel VBA Part 29.5 - Copying Emails from the Outlook Inbox
- Excel VBA Part 29.6 - Referencing a Named Folder in Outlook
- Excel VBA Part 29.7 - Looping Through All Outlook Folders
- Excel VBA Part 29.8 - Saving Attachments from an Outlook Folder
- Excel VBA Part 29.9 - Finding Outlook Emails using Filters
- Excel VBA Part 29.10 - Getting Emails from another Outlook Account
- Excel VBA Part 29.11 - Sending Emails from another Outlook Account
- Excel VBA Part 29.12 - Filtering Outlook Items using Restrict
- Excel VBA Part 29.13 - DASL Filters in Outlook
- How do I save attachments from emails in a Windows folder?
VBA - working with Outlook videos | Excel VBA Part 29.9 - Finding Outlook Emails using Filters
Posted by Andrew Gould on 29 April 2019
In this video you'll learn how to use the Find method and filters in Outlook to search for an email by sender name and subject. You'll learn how to retrieve a list of items from the Outlook inbox, how to apply the Find method to the Items collection and how to construct a filter string to get a reference to a single item in the collection. You'll also learn of a potential issue with the subject of replies and forwarded messages as well as how to deal with the problem. Finally, you'll learn how to copy the body of an email into an embedded Word document in an Excel worksheet.
This video has the following accompanying files:
|FindingOutlook Emails using Filters.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
Click to download a zipped copy of the above files.
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You are awesome as always. Better than most of the Excel MVP's. I appreciate your effort for these valuable videos and i have a question for you which i can't find a decent solution at internet. First one, how can we change the from email address when we send an email if we have more than one account in Outlook. Second one is, how we can define folder(fol as outlook.folder) variable in late binding. Thanks in advance.
Thanks, glad you enjoyed the video!
You can use the SendUsingAccount property of a MailItem object to send from a separate account in the same Outlook profile, you can see the documentation for that property here.
For late-binding, you can use the generic Object type when you declare variables whose types are defined in the Outlook object library. Here's some basic code to loop over the Inbox items using late-binding:
Dim ol As Object
Dim ns As Object
Dim fol As Object
Dim i As Object
Set ol = CreateObject(Class:="Outlook.Application")
Set ns = ol.GetNamespace("MAPI")
Set fol = ns.GetDefaultFolder(6) 'olFolderInbox = 6
For Each i In fol.Items
I hope that helps!