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How do I move the attachments from a message to a new task(Outlook98)?

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We have an outlook application that creates a task type item from a mail message when a button is pressed. The mail item may have attachments.  Does anybody know a simple way to move all the attachments from the mail message to the task message using VB script.

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Unfortunately, there's no way to do this directly. You must use the SaveAsFile method on each file to create a system file, use the Attachments.Add method to add each attachment to the Task, then delete the system files you created.
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