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Outlook Macro to Copy a particular mail from public folder to inbox folder

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Hi,

Does anyone has the code to copy selectd mails in Public Folder to a specified inbox folder? A programmer told me he tried and could not do this because Outlook doesn't allow opening 2 session at the same time. By 2 session he meant Public Folder is one session and the inbox is another different session.

I don't think this a problem because manually I can do it and hence don't see why the macro will run into such a restriction.

Can someone advise with some sample code. Thx!
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the other way round is posted here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Groupware/Outlook/Q_22980077.html

Should be possible to switch direction :-)

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Need some twicks but the idea is there! Thx.
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