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outlook 2007 VBA code to extract ....

Posted on 2014-09-27
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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit, I use office 2007.  I want to locate the IP address of an email.  But I cannot seem to find the message button in my Outlook 2007, and I was researching Message ID 19737453 but the code bombed at :
 Dim safe_email As Redemption.SafeMailItem
The error was ; Could not find object or Library.
My purpose is to find the IP address of emails, preferably when I highlight the email and run the macro.  Will Chris' VBA code work for this?  Thank u for your suggestions.
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Have you got the Redemption Libraries installed?

http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/home.htm
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In response to Neilsr, thank u for your suggestion.   I downloaded the single version - is this the right file to download and install?, but how does it get installed  After running the file, I looked at "References" of the vba, and I did not see anything called Redemption or Collaboration Data ....  Hope u can please walk me thru this process. Thank u.
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The stand alone version states that it is for use on a server when Outlook is NOT installed.  You say you're developing this code in outlook client?  if so you need to download and install the developer edition.
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In response to Neilsr, thank u for your advice.  I have since installed the developer edition.  The code runs now without an error.  I selected an email, then ran the macro, but I do not see the IP address displayed anywhere.  hope someone can please advise how the IP is displayed.  Thank u.
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Please post your completed code here
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in response to Neilsr, attached is the code as a file.  It is a Macro.  The way I run it is first I highlight the email message which is in my Inbox, then I hit the Macro, and Run it.  But it does nothing.  
I was wondering if the IP addresses can be saved to a text file, with the email address and the IP address.
Thank u for your assistance.
Code-for-looking-up-IP-address-for-outlo
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thank u.
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