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I am looking for a way to recursively

Posted on 2001-06-19
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I am looking for a way to recursively
loop through all the folders in outlook.  Do you have a code snippet that does this neatly??  Or can
you put in the right direction.

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Question by:ernst8498
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gbaren earned 200 total points
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Hello ernst,

Here it is:

Sub RecurseChildFolders(objFolder as Folder, iLevel as Integer)
dim objChild as Folder

   debug.print tab(ilevel * 4); objFolder.Name
   for each objChild in objFolder.Folders
       RecurseChildFolders(objFolder, iLevel + 1)
   next
end sub
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Thanks again...
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