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Anyony interested in a function to retrieve the Outlook mailbox quotas for Exchange mailboxes?
If yes, then this function could be added to the OutlookEX UDF.
Result could look like (will later be returned in an array):
I wrote a macro for outlook to send an email.
Till yesterday it worked, don't know why it is not working today
I am getting below error when I ran the macro.
I been using autoit some years ago and needed a tool for changing various in outlook so i found autoit again and i allready succeed in some of this, but i cant find and delete an appointment.
I have found this example and the creation is ok (after i changed $oOL/$oOutlook typo)
But i cant get the delete part to work and i keep on getting "not found" and an empty array (screen shoot of _ArrayDisplay attached)
Please can someone tell me what i am missing, i have been searching and trying various but stil i have no luck in finding any items.
I am using outloook 2013 and office365. I have been able to send mails and create appointment, so i guess my problem is not due to the use off office365.
I'm using the code below to send mails using our internal relay server.
We got a Helpdesk system named Remedy. Our users can send us a mails using outlook 2010, and we'll get a ticket.
The problem is if I send a mail using the above script our ticket system can't display unicode characters, like ex: Æ Ø Å. It will display them as: questionmarks: "? ? ?" inside our ticket system. In the outlook inbox it looks fine showing unicode symbols, but in our ticket system the unicode characters will be replaced by questionmarks.
The thing is, if they send a mail using outlook, it works fine, but using the script above it doesen't.
I tried to save my script with encoding: UTF-8 with BOM, but it didn't fix it.
All suggestions are very welcome
Hi, I have written the following code and although the email is successfully created from a template it just sits in my draft folder without being sent and I can't figure out why?
#include <OutlookEX.au3> $Email = "email@example.com" $Outlook = _OL_Open() $olItem = _OL_ItemCreate($Outlook, 1, "", "Feedback.oft", "To=" & $Email) _OL_ItemSend($Outlook, $olItem, Default) _OL_Close($Outlook) Place Feedback.oft in the same folder as the script for it to run. Oh and you have to have a working Outlook installation and mail profile set up
SOLVED changed the 1 to $olMailItem