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Outlook Macro that sends a mail when right clicked need a change.

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Hi,

Outlook Macro that sends a mail when right clicked need a change.
Code from Chris need the name to be as
Hi First name,
but now i get this
Hi First name . Last name,

Regards
SHarath

Sub AutoReply1()

Const FilePathandName As String = "D:\Machinename.txt"

'Const FilePathandName As String = "c:\deleteme\mcusers.txt"

Dim inputFile As Object

Dim fso As Object

Dim dic As Object

Dim arrCount As Long

Dim strName As String

Dim strMC As String

Dim strAddy As String

    Dim olkItem As Object, _

        olkMsg As Outlook.mailitem, _

        olkRecip As Object, _

        arrLines As Variant, _

        varLine As Variant, _

        strTo As String, _

        arrTo() As String

    

    Set fso = CreateObject("scripting.filesystemobject")

    If fso.FileExists(FilePathandName) Then

        Set inputFile = fso.OpenTextFile(FilePathandName, 1, TristateTrue)

        strTo = inputFile.ReadAll

        arrTo = Split(strTo, vbCrLf)

        Set inputFile = Nothing

    Else

        Set inputFile = Nothing

        strTo = ""

    End If

    Set fso = Nothing

    If strTo <> "" Then

        Set dic = CreateObject("scripting.dictionary")

        For arrCount = 0 To UBound(arrTo)

            strName = arrTo(arrCount)

            If InStr(strName, ";") > 0 Then

                strMC = LCase(Left(strName, InStr(strName, ";") - 1))

                strAddy = LCase(Right(strName, Len(strName) - InStr(strName, ";")))

                If Not dic.Exists(strMC) Then

                    dic.Add strMC, strAddy

                End If

            End If

        Next

    End If

    For Each olkItem In Application.ActiveExplorer.Selection

        If olkItem.Class = olMail Then

            arrLines = Split(olkItem.body, vbCrLf)

            For Each varLine In arrLines

                If InStr(1, varLine, "Machine:") Then

                    strName = LCase(Mid(varLine, InStr(1, varLine, ":") + 1))

                    strName = Trim(strName)

                    strName = Replace(strName, vbCr, "")

                    strName = Replace(strName, vbLf, "")

                    If dic.Exists(strName) Then

                        strTo = dic(strName)

                    Else

                        strTo = ""

                    End If

                    If strTo = "" Then Exit For

                    Set olkMsg = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)

                    With olkMsg

                        Set olkRecip = .Recipients.Add(strTo)

                        olkRecip.Resolve

                        If InStr(strTo, "@") > 0 Then

                            strName = Mid(strTo, 1, InStr(1, strTo, "@") - 1)

                        Else

                            strName = Mid(olkRecip.Name, 1, InStr(1, olkRecip.Name, " ") - 1)

                        End If

                        strname = ucase(left(strname, 1)) & lcase(right(strname, len(strname) - 1))

                        'Change the subject on the next line'

                        .subject = "Subject data"

                        .BodyFormat = olFormatHTML

                        'Change the message body on the next line'

                        .HTMLBody = "Hi " & strName & ",<br><br>This is the matter in the body.<br><br>Regards<br>Sharath<br>(1)<br><hr><br>" & olkItem.HTMLBody

                        .Display

                    End With

                    Exit For

                End If

            Next

        End If

    Next

    Set olkItem = Nothing

    Set olkMsg = Nothing

    Set olkRecip = Nothing

End Sub

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Question by:bsharath
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Chris Bottomley earned 500 total points
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I haven't got access to exchange to test the change .. but try this if you would?

Chris
Sub AutoReply1()

'Const FilePathandName As String = "D:\Machinename.txt"

Const FilePathandName As String = "c:\deleteme\mcusers.txt"

Dim inputFile As Object

Dim fso As Object

Dim dic As Object

Dim arrCount As Long

Dim strName As String

Dim strMC As String

Dim strAddy As String

    Dim olkItem As Object, _

        olkMsg As Outlook.mailitem, _

        olkRecip As Object, _

        arrLines As Variant, _

        varLine As Variant, _

        strTo As String, _

        arrTo() As String

    

    Set fso = CreateObject("scripting.filesystemobject")

    If fso.FileExists(FilePathandName) Then

        Set inputFile = fso.OpenTextFile(FilePathandName, 1, TristateTrue)

        strTo = inputFile.ReadAll

        arrTo = Split(strTo, vbCrLf)

        Set inputFile = Nothing

    Else

        Set inputFile = Nothing

        strTo = ""

    End If

    Set fso = Nothing

    If strTo <> "" Then

        Set dic = CreateObject("scripting.dictionary")

        For arrCount = 0 To UBound(arrTo)

            strName = arrTo(arrCount)

            If InStr(strName, ";") > 0 Then

                strMC = LCase(Left(strName, InStr(strName, ";") - 1))

                strAddy = LCase(Right(strName, Len(strName) - InStr(strName, ";")))

                If Not dic.Exists(strMC) Then

                    dic.Add strMC, strAddy

                End If

            End If

        Next

    End If

    For Each olkItem In Application.ActiveExplorer.Selection

        If olkItem.Class = olMail Then

            arrLines = Split(olkItem.body, vbCrLf)

            For Each varLine In arrLines

                If InStr(1, varLine, "Machine:") Then

                    strName = LCase(Mid(varLine, InStr(1, varLine, ":") + 1))

                    strName = Trim(strName)

                    strName = Replace(strName, vbCr, "")

                    strName = Replace(strName, vbLf, "")

                    If dic.Exists(strName) Then

                        strTo = dic(strName)

                    Else

                        strTo = ""

                    End If

                    If strTo = "" Then Exit For

                    Set olkMsg = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)

                    With olkMsg

                        Set olkRecip = .Recipients.Add(strTo)

                        olkRecip.Resolve

                        If Not olkRecip.Resolved Then

                            strName = Mid(strTo, 1, InStr(1, strTo, "@") - 1)

                            If InStr(strName, ".") > 0 Then strName = Left(strName, InStr(strName, ".") - 1)

                            If InStr(strName, " ") > 0 Then strName = Left(strName, InStr(strName, " ") - 1)

                        Else

                            strName = Mid(olkRecip.Name, 1, InStr(1, olkRecip.Name, " ") - 1)

                        End If

                        strName = UCase(Left(strName, 1)) & LCase(Right(strName, Len(strName) - 1))

                        'Change the subject on the next line'

                        .subject = "Subject data"

                        .BodyFormat = olFormatHTML

                        'Change the message body on the next line'

                        .HTMLBody = "Hi " & strName & ",<br><br>This is the matter in the body.<br><br>Regards<br>Sharath<br>(1)<br><hr><br>" & olkItem.HTMLBody

                        .Display

                    End With

                    Exit For

                End If

            Next

        End If

    Next

    Set olkItem = Nothing

    Set olkMsg = Nothing

    Set olkRecip = Nothing

End Sub

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by:bsharath
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Thank U Chris...
Posted a related post for the same change in another 2 similar codes...
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