VBScript move Outlook Mail/post item from one public folder to another public folder folder

Hi All..

I need to move a post/mail item in a folder to another folder with VBScript on a customised form.  The form will have a button which will save/close the item and move it to a new lfolder..

Please can anyone assist?

Regards,


Derek..
DelboyAsked:
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michaeldadeCommented:
If its strictly vbscript then this should do
   
    Set myOlApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
    Set myNameSpace = myOlApp.GetNamespace("MAPI")
    'get a reference to the sent items folder
    Set mySentItems = myNameSpace.GetDefaultFolder(5)
    Item.Move mySentItems
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DelboyAuthor Commented:
It only worked!!!!  I am sure I did something similar, but it didn't work..

Many thanks
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