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Import email text into sql

Posted on 2011-02-15
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    currently i have macro written in my outlook 2007 that will read the current opening email and formatting then export into an excel file. what i want to do next is besides exporting the information in excel, also insert the same information into sql database.
 
Set strConnection = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
strConnection.Open ("Provider=SQLOLEDB;DataSource=internal;Database=Vision;Trusted_Connection=Yes;")
Set rsRecord = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
    rsRecord.Open = "Select * from ReportList"
      rsRecord.Addnew
      rsRecord("ReportHeading") = "PriceList - " & strContact
      rsRecord("EmailName") = strContact
      rsRecord("Email") = strEmail
      rsRecord("Frequency") = strFrequency
      rsRecord("Format") = strType
      rsRecord("OffsetDay") = 0
      rsRecord("SendBlank") = False
      rsRecord("ReportType") = "Pricelist"
      rsRecord("CustomerName") = strCustomerNo

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i had these codes, but it went broken at '.Open', so i guess my syntax must went wrong here, anyone could help with this?
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