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Posted on 2006-06-26
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Hi

I have to extract different parts of an email.

I have the subject and body so far using
sSubject = objMailItem.Subject
sBody = objMailItem.Body

How do I get the Author, To:, CC:, Sent Date items?

Is there a list of the items that make up each email?

Thanks

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Patrick Matthews earned 500 total points
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Hi murbro,
> How do I get the Author, To:, CC:, Sent Date items?

objMailItem.SenderName
objMailItem.To
objMailItem.CC
objMailItem.SentOn

To see all the properties, open the VB Editor from Outlook, hit F1 to show the help file, and look for the entry on the
MailItem object.

Regards,

Patrick
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Thanks Patrick
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You're welcome :)
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