I've been requested to create a macro that will change the subject of a email message depending on the sender.
the problem is that the user receives many emails regarding orders, the messages are place in a folder by a rule and I want to change the subject
i receive a message from firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject
"Status of Shipments 01/01/08"
I want to be able to change the subject to read:
"ONTARIO - Status of Shipments 01/01/08"
My Idea is to be able to select a number of emails on the personal folder file
lets say the name of the folder is "IBA"
So the logic for this macro is
for all messages selected in folder "IBA" if the sender is John@Doe.com then
take the subject and add at the begining of the subject "ONTARIO - "
if the sender is Jane@doe.com then then take the subject
and add at the begining of the subject "VERNON - "
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