Also you don't need to move the email to the folder first and then run the macro in that folder.
You can run the macro on the incoming mail and then move it to the folder at the same time. I have commented the code so that you will not face any problem understanding it. Name End Sub On my installation, this outputs: "Outlook Data File".
UPS announced yesterday that it has rolled out its 2016 rate increases. These changes are being made due to what Fed Ex described as changing industry dynamics, including, increases in average package size and weight, and increased residential deliveries.
Big Brown said that effective December 28, UPS Ground rates and accessorial charges will head up by an average of 4.9 percent, and UPS Air and International services and accessorials, including UPSAir Freight rates within and between the United States and Canada will increase by an average net of 5.2 percent. The company also noted that it is upping surcharges for shipments that exceed published maximum dimensions, or unauthorized packages, in its Fed Ex Ground network.
Reading all 50-60 mails a day and updating all mails is very much time consuming.
All 50-60 mails coming to my inbox will have same subject but from different users. I'm using Outlook 2010 and Excel 2010 Thanks and all your help will be much appreciated. I referred this [link]stackoverflow.com/q/8697493/1578177, copied whole code into the outlook editor and tried executing those codes, but nothing worked. Since you have not mentioned what needs to be copied, I have left that section empty in the code below. Value = Sender Email Address Row Crnt = Row Crnt 1 .
The company also noted that it is upping surcharges for shipments that exceed published maximum dimensions, or unauthorized packages, in its Fed Ex Ground network.
These changes are being made due to what Fed Ex described as changing industry dynamics, including, increases in average package size and weight, and increased residential deliveries.
The Task Scheduler service in current Windows OSs has some useful new features that are unavailable in OS versions prior to Vista and Server 2008.Each task also has a separate History tab in the Task Scheduler console.These are great improvements to a core Windows system service. If someone helps me with VBA code and macros, it will be helpful. ' Name Sep As for Find Selected Sub Folder ' Folder Tgt As for Find Selected Sub Folder Dim Inx Folder Crnt As Long Dim Name Child As String Dim Name Crnt As String Dim Pos As Long ' Split Name Tgt into the name of folder at current level ' and the name of its children Pos = In Str(Name Tgt, Name Sep) If Pos = 0 Then Name Crnt = Name Tgt Name Child = "" Else Name Crnt = Mid(Name Tgt, 1, Pos - 1) Name Child = Mid(Name Tgt, Pos 1) End If ' Look for current name. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).I have created a rule to all those mail to move to a specific folder: "Task Completed".