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Dim stUser As String = "" Dim iOtherCount As Integer = 0 Dim iSearch As Integer = 0 Dim stStage As String = "" Try 'Start Outlook. ' If it is already running, you'll use the same instance... Dim olApp As outlook.Application olApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") ' Logon. Doesn't hurt if you are already running and logged on... Dim olNs As outlook.NameSpace olNs = olApp.GetNamespace("MAPI") olNs.Logon() Dim folderContacts As outlook.MAPIFolder = olNs.GetDefaultFolder(outlook.OlDefaultFolders.olFolderContacts) Dim searchFolder As outlook.Items = folderContacts.Items Dim olItem As outlook.ContactItem Dim Updated As String = "" Dim counter As Integer = 0 For Each olItem In searchFolder If olItem.Class = outlook.OlObjectClass.olContact Then stUser = olItem.FullName If Not (olItem.OtherTelephoneNumber = Nothing) Then iOtherCount += 1 Add_Text(olItem.FullName & " - " & olItem.OtherTelephoneNumber, False) End If iSearch += 1 End If Next MsgBox("Complete: " & counter & " Searched: " & iSearch) Catch ex As Exception MsgBox(stStage & vbCrLf & ex.Message, MsgBoxStyle.Critical, "User Update: " & stUser & " Other Count = " & iOtherCount & " Searched: " & iSearch) Add_Text(ex.Message, True) End Try
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