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    • By water
      Extensive library to control and manipulate Microsoft Outlook. This UDF holds the functions to automate items (folders, mails, contacts ...) in the background. Can be seen like an API.
      There are other UDFs available to automate Outlook:
      OutlookEX_GUI: This UDF holds the functions to automate the Outlook GUI. OutlookTools: Allows to import/export contacts and events to VCF/ICS files and much more.  Theads: Development - General Help & Support - Example Scripts - Wiki
      BTW: If you like this UDF please click the "I like this" button. This tells me where to next put my development effort

      KNOWN BUGS (last changed: 2020-02-09)
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    • By PoojaKrishna
      Hi,
      I am trying to print items from Outlook in a Citrix machine. I am printing the items into PDF files using ‘Microsoft Print to PDF option’. I am using OutlookEX.au3 for printing items.
      Everything is working fine except handling the ‘Save Print Output As’ dialog appearing while trying to print the file to PDF.
      I have set the default printer to ‘Microsoft Print to PDF’ from the control panel ( Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Devices and Printers) and using the following method to print the item.
      _OL_ItemPrint($oOutlook, $OL_Item) ;print item I am not able to handle the ‘Save Print Output As’ dialog initiated by the print statement in the Citrix machine. The WinActive method always returns false. I have tried with ControlSetText, ControlClick and Send methods also.
      Can anyone please help?
      Func _SavePDF($sFilePath) WinActivate ( "Save Print Output As", "") WinWaitActive ( "Save Print Output As", "",5 ) If WinActive("Save Print Output As") Then sleep(500) Send($sFilePath) sleep(500) Send("{ENTER}") sleep(500) EndIf EndFunc;=>_SavePDF  
    • By water
      Built on top of the OutlookEX UDF it offers some often needed extended functionality (import/export ics/vcf/csv files etc.) (former name: iCal UDF).
      Note: This is a beta version - script breaking changes may occur at any time!
      Prerequisite: OutlookEX UDF.
      Details about all functions can be found in the Wiki.
      ICS (iCalendar) import - Import iCal events from an ICS file to an Outlook calendar
      VCF (vCard) import - Import vCard contacts to an Outlook contacts folder
      CSV import - Import data from a CSV file and create Outlook items in a specified folder
      Export - Export Outlook items (contacts, appointments) in VCF, ICS, CSV or Excel format
       
      Links:
      https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5545 (ICS - iCalendar)
      https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6350 (VCF - vCard)
      Threads:
      General Help & Support
       
      Known Bugs: (last changed: 2019-01-22)
      None
        Things to come: (last changed: 2019-07-22)
      None
      BTW: If you like this UDF please click the "I like this" button. This tells me where to next put my development effort
    • By water
      I just noticed that Outlook does not allow to import iCal events programmatically.
      I might implement some of the iCalendar data format (RFC 5545) if someone is interested
      Please post here or click the "Like" button if you think this is a good idea
      Edit: For download please see my signature
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