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Using VBA to extract data from .msg files

Posted on 2013-01-24
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Hi,

Due to constraints on our outlook server, we had to archive many of our past emails into a network folder in a .msg format.  

I was wondering if there is a way to run through these .msg files in a folder and extract a set of data.  For example, the sender/reciever info, date recieved, categories assigned...

Please let me know!  Thank you.
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Hi, iamnamja.

This macro seems to be exactly what you want.

Regards,
Brian.
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Hi, iamnamja.

If the macro @redmondb linked to doesn't work out for you, then I can help.
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Thanks,  iamnamja.
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