|Determine the "identity" of your emails. Set with SAM the sender and the folder folder for sent items with the help of rules.|
12 sample(s) found for Categories
Check message properties before sending. This sample prompts you if you try to send an email without an assigned category.
Last modified: 2007/04/24
For users of smartphones, for instance, that don't support categories see how to categorize every new appointment.
Last modified: 2009/09/23
Let a script categorize every new email.
Last modified: 2007/02/01
For Outlook XP and 2003 appointments could be labeled - but not via the Outlook object model. See how to set a color label by code.
Last modified: 2007/05/02
Categories are very good for managing your contacts. However, in some cases it might also be good to have the contacts of a given category in a mailing list, which can can used quickly as recipients for an email.
Last modified: 2015/03/12
Before Outlook 2007, you could directly add a category to an item without saving it to the master category list. For Outlook 2007 and up this macro gives you that feature back.
Last modified: 2009/12/15
Since Outlook 2007 you can't directly display the categorizer for outgoing e-mails. This sample demonstrates how to display the dialog by code, which works even for IMAP messages.
Last modified: 2008/10/13
This sample opens the options dialog before sending an email so you can change some settings, for instance, delay the sending.
Last modified: 2006/01/19
Often certain actions should take place as soon as one task is done. This sample demonstrates the general approach.
Last modified: 2007/04/13
Use VBA to search for all emails of the same topic.
Last modified: 2017/01/26
Outlook can run a rule if you are the only recipient of an email. This macro runs a rule if you are the only recipient in the To field, no matter how many other addresses there is in the CC field.
Last modified: 2015/07/24
Categories qualify very well for triggering certain actions. See how to build your own Quick Steps.
Last modified: 2016/11/02