Outlook macro

Posted on 2010-01-13
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
A daily file is sent to an Outlook email folder.  I'd like to have a script scheduled to open that email, open the file within the email and save it to another directory. Doable via Outlook macro?  
I don't know anything about them but iI thought it might be a possible solution.  
Question by:Mary_Elizabeth
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Chris Bottomley earned 1000 total points
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Hello Mary_Elizabeth,

Doable ... yes, potentailly either as part of the rule or as part of the movement of the email to the specific folder.  A block of code can be run to open the file if required or simply save the attachment



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