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Some people have so many folders that they've got problems to find them. And with a deep hierarchy of folders it can also be a pain to click through all of them in order to activate a certain folder.
This example finds a folder by its name, and you can choose to get the found folder activated. You can either enter the full name, or use wildcards. '*' and '%' are allowed as wildcards. Upper/lower cases will be ignored. See the constant SpeedUp in the head of the module: The default setting of True means the search will be somewhat faster, however, Outlook will be blocked during the search. If the search takes too long due to a great many folders, you can set the value to False.
Copy the code into the module 'ThisOutlookSession'. For instance, it can be started by pressing alt+f8.
Private m_Folder As Outlook.MAPIFolder Private m_Find As String Private m_Wildcard As Boolean Private Const SpeedUp As Boolean = True Public Sub FindFolder() Dim Name$ Dim Folders As Outlook.Folders Set m_Folder = Nothing m_Find = "" m_Wildcard = False Name = InputBox("Find Name:", "Search Folder") If Len(Trim$(Name)) = 0 Then Exit Sub m_Find = Name m_Find = LCase$(m_Find) m_Find = Replace(m_Find, "%", "*") m_Wildcard = (InStr(m_Find, "*")) Set Folders = Application.Session.Folders LoopFolders Folders If Not m_Folder Is Nothing Then If MsgBox("Activate Folder: " & vbCrLf & m_Folder.FolderPath, vbQuestion Or vbYesNo) = vbYes Then Set Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder = m_Folder End If Else MsgBox "Not Found", vbInformation End If End Sub Private Sub LoopFolders(Folders As Outlook.Folders) Dim F As Outlook.MAPIFolder Dim Found As Boolean If SpeedUp = False Then DoEvents For Each F In Folders If m_Wildcard Then Found = (LCase$(F.Name) Like m_Find) Else Found = (LCase$(F.Name) = m_Find) End If If Found Then Set m_Folder = F Exit For Else LoopFolders F.Folders If Not m_Folder Is Nothing Then Exit For End If Next End Sub
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