I'm just starting to get the hang of VBA in MS Access...I haven't tried it in Outlook yet, so I don't know the differences (if there are any) between the two.
I'm bringing data over from an employee database into a shared public contacts folder. Whenever I bing the data over, everyone's birthday gets entered into my calendar (probably because I'm populating the [Birthdate] field with data from the Employee Database).
Here's the thing....my boss would like the birthdate in his calendar, I would not.....whenever I update the contacts list (from MS Access) I get the birthdays and my boss doesn't (probably because I'm performing the code that's bringing over the contacts from MS Access)
Currently, I was trying to bring over the employee's birthdate as ContactItem.[User1], and then I was going to try and write code to copy that value to the birthdate field:
ContactItem.[User1] = ContactItem.[Birthdate] and have that code executed on a button click or something
Does that sound like something logical? -er doable? Or should I try a different avenue?
If I were to write code to go behind a button....which variables should I declare in outlook??
Any help would be appreciated....