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@water Tips please ?
I whould like to check a mail box. Check each mails that is coming and also 'Do' if a particular tag is in the mail subject.
Well i know I am gonna use 'RegExp' with '_OL_MailheaderGet' from the outlook UDF
And i already tryed them. But when i tryed '_OL_MailheaderGet' If i use the patterne  I will get the first mail received.
Any way to get the last mail received header ? without doing an UBound (may i ll have somthing like 500 mails to unbound...) ?
Or i am using the function wrong ?
My computer has been upgraded from Office 2010 to Office 2016.
Are there any features of Office 2013 or Office 2016 which you now want to see in the Excel, Word or Outlook UDF?
I am trying to access the inbox in my outlook. I have 2 inbox. One is associated to my name. Another one is shared inbox between 3. I am able to read/write emails on both the inbox.
I am using the following code
#include <OutlookEX.au3> Global $oOutlook = _OL_Open() Global $aFolder = _OL_FolderAccess($oOutlook, "\\Expense Reports\Inbox", Default, Default) If @error Then MsgBox(0, "Error", "Error Accessing Inbox: " & ":" & @error, 5) Exit Else MsgBox(0, "Success", "Success Accessing " , 5) EndIf _OL_Close($oOutlook) it gives me the error code 1.
Instead of "\\Expense Reports\Inbox" if i use "*" which points to my inbox it works.
I have access to the folder \\Expense Reports\Inbox. I can read/write the emails from that folder.
Any help .......
Also if i change "*" to "\\email@example.com" which is my actual root folder. I still get the error 3: Error accessing specified folder.
Can some throw some light on this......
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