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Dear Colleagues,

I have a task to generate an email from GUI.

This is what I have.

1. GUI with some drop-down lists;

2. Some template in HTML (or msg format) with markers.

I need to generate an email. Script should open a template, replace markers with values from GUI and open it in MSG format. To, BC, BCC, Subject should be filled as well to allow me to make some modifications and press Send button.

Do you have some scripts for that?

Thank you very much for the help.

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Which mail program do you use?


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In this case you should have a look at my OutlookEX UDF (for download please see the signature).

To open a template use function _OL_ItemCreate.


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In this case you should have a look at my OutlookEX UDF (for download please see the signature).

To open a template use function _OL_ItemCreate.

I have a problem creating mail based on a template.

When I use function _OL_ItemCreate it renurns error.

I have a script in standard AutoIt folder "Include". I have template there. I want to create mail in the same folder

$oItem = _OL_ItemCreate($oOutlook, $olMailItem, "*", @ScriptDir & "unplanned_template.oft")

No errors appear, but mail is not being created as well.

Also how should I call this create email? I need to check the content in it and modify it by required values from GUI.

Thank you for help.

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Whats the value of @error and @extended after you called _OL_ItemCreate?


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Then there should be a mail in the drafts folder.

To display the mail use:

$oItem = _OL_ItemCreate($oOutlook, $olMailItem, "*", @ScriptDir & "unplanned_template.oft")
$oitem.Display

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Then there should be a mail in the drafts folder.

To display the mail use

It works now! Thanks. What function should we use to modify parameters of $oItem? (replace a text in Body for example)

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Depending on the type of mail (text or html - can be accessed with property $oitem.BodyFormat) you have to access $oItem.Body or $oitem.HTMLBody.

Use function _OL_ItemGet to read the property and _OL_ItemModify to update.


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Depending on the type of mail (text or html - can be accessed with property $oitem.BodyFormat) you have to access $oItem.Body or $oitem.HTMLBody.

Use function _OL_ItemGet to read the property and _OL_ItemModify to update.

Could you please provide me the example? How can I call a particular property? For example field TO:?

Is the syntax correct?

$oItem = _OL_ItemCreate($oOutlook, $olMailItem, "*", @ScriptDir & "unplanned_template.oft")
$aOL_Properties = _OL_ItemGet($oOutlook, $oItem[1][0], Default, "??????")

What options should I use instead of ??????

Thanks

Dmitry

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To set the recipients (To, CC, BCC) you need to use function _OL_ItemRecipientAdd.

Example:

_OL_ItemRecipientAdd($oOutlook, $oItem, Default, $olTo, "Name of Recipient1", "SMTP Mail Address of recipient 2")

To retrieve the body, change and update the mail item use:

$asBody = _OL_ItemGet($oOutlook, $oItem, Default, "Body")
$asBody[1][1] = $asBody[1][1] & @CRLF & "New line"
_OL_ItemModify($oOutlook, $oItem, Default, "Body=" & $asBody[1][1])
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Good. Thank you very much for your help.

But I have a problem with returning values from "Body", "CC" etc.

Once I try to get result of variable $sBody (Item = Body), it returns nothing to MsgBox. So I am not able to update/replace strings.

Thanks

Dmitry

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To work with the To, CC and BCC properties you have to use functions _OL_ItemRecipientAdd, _OL_ItemRecipientDelete and _OL_ItemRecipientGet.

_Ol_ItemGet returns an 2D array. So use _ArrayDisplay($aOL_Properties)

I've modified my above examples accordingly.

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_Ol_ItemGet returns an 2D array. So use _ArrayDisplay($aOL_Properties)

Great. But I have a Body with tables and pictures. Once I try to call array asBody[1][1] and make a replacement, it deletes all formatting and pictures.

Thanks

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Tables and pictures sounds like HTML.

What do you get when you run this code?

$asBody = _OL_ItemGet($oOutlook, $oItem, Default, "BodyFormat")
_ArrayDisplay($asBody)

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Value 2 means: HTML

So you have to retrieve property "HTMLBody" to retain tables and pictures.


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Value 2 means: HTML

So you have to retrieve property "HTMLBody" to retain tables and pictures.

Everything is clear now. Thank you very much for your assistance.

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Glad to be of service :D


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    • By nooneclose
      Good morning everyone, I thought I had already solved this issue but it turns out I did not. 
      My code finds unread emails with this specific subject line of "request" but when I change the subject to SKIPPED + "request" = ("SKIPPED request") the program still finds the email and tries to process it. I only want to process emails with the exact match subject of "request".
      Here is my code that "finds" the unread emails with the subject of "request" or so I thought. 
      Func ListUnreadEmails() ;******************************************************************************* ; Lists all unread E-mails from the folder Outlook-UDF-Test ;******************************************************************************* ; Stores all the unRead emails into an array Global $aItems = _OL_ItemFind($oOutlook, "*\Outlook-UDF-Test", $olMail, _ "[UnRead]=True", "Subject", "request", "EntryID,Subject", "", 1) ; Displays the array of unRead emails If IsArray($aItems) Then ;_ArrayDisplay($aItems, "OutlookEX UDF: _OL_ItemFind - Unread mails") Else MsgBox(48, "OutlookEX UDF: _OL_ItemFind Example Script", _ "Could not find an unread mail. @error = " & @error & ", @extended: " & @extended) EndIf ; Gets the number of unread emails Global $numberOfUnRead = UBound($aItems, $UBOUND_ROWS) - 1 ;MsgBox("", "Number of Unread emails", $numberOfUnRead) EndFunc It acts as if any part of the subject containing the word "request" and the email is unread that it will try to process it. (I think)
    • By nooneclose
      Good afternoon, I am in need of some help. I am sure this is a stupid question requiring only one or two lines of code. However, I would greatly appreciate the help I cannot figure this out. I also tried searching for the answer on the internet but no one except me apparently seems to be having a hard time figuring this out and or is asking about it. 
      I simply want to change the "status" of an email from unread to read once I have processed it. My code is over 500 lines and I would like not to clutter this post with it. Assume I have all my includes and connections properly defined and stuff. 
      Here is the bit of code where I am trying to change the email that was used from unread to read:
      Func ChangeEmailStatus() ;******************************************************************************* ; changes the status of an email from unread to Read ;******************************************************************************* Local $iRows = UBound($aItems, $UBOUND_ROWS) MsgBox("", "Number of Unread emails (Before Change)", $iRows) _OL_ItemModify($oOutlook,$aItems[$i][0], Default, "Read=True") MsgBox("", "Array Display 1", $aItems[1][0]) MsgBox("", "Array Display 2", $aItems[2][0]) Local $iRows = UBound($aItems, $UBOUND_ROWS) MsgBox("", "Number of Unread emails (After Change)", $iRows) EndFunc  
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