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If you have opened an e-mail then you can use two toolbar buttons to move to the next or previous e-mail. If you move on and want to delete the read e-mail then that's not easy: Either you switch to the folder view, select the formerly read e-mail and hit detele, or you have to delete the currently opened e-mail before moving to the next item - but then the window closes and you can't move easily to the next item.
This sample shows how to move with a single click to the next e-mail and delete the read one.
Note: The sample doesn't work in Outlook 2000 if word is your mail editor because then the NewInspector event doesn't fire.
When the e-mail window is opened, please customize the toolbar and create a new button that calls the 'NextItemAndDeleteCurrent' function.
Private WithEvents m_Inspectors As Outlook.Inspectors Private WithEvents m_Inspector As Outlook.Inspector Private WithEvents m_NextButton As Office.CommandBarButton Private Sub Application_Startup() Set m_Inspectors = Application.Inspectors End Sub Private Sub m_Inspector_Close() Set m_NextButton = Nothing Set m_Inspector = Nothing End Sub Private Sub m_Inspectors_NewInspector(ByVal Inspector As Outlook.Inspector) Dim obj As Object If Len(Inspector.CurrentItem.EntryID) Then Set m_Inspector = Inspector Set obj = Inspector.CommandBars.FindControl(, 360) If TypeOf obj Is Office.CommandBarPopup Then Set m_NextButton = obj.Controls(1) Else Set m_NextButton = obj End If End If End Sub Public Sub NextItemAndDeleteCurrent() Dim CurrItem As Object Set CurrItem = Application.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem If Len(CurrItem.EntryID) Then m_NextButton.Execute CurrItem.Delete End If End Sub
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