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  • Blog Post: Development : Is Visual Basic 6.0 Runtime still supported?

    We get many request/references regarding support of Visual Basic 6.0 runtime support for various Microsoft Operating systems including MS Windows 7. There is a wonderful article regarding this MSDN article titled “ Support Statement for Visual Basic 6.0 on Windows Vista, Windows ”. It states that...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Object Model : Creating Outlook Categories programmatically and assign colors, shortcut keys to that

    In this blogpost, we will try to create the Outlook Categories programmatically using Outlook Object Model API. Also we will assign the relevant colors and shortcuts to that. Whenever we try with Outlook Object Model, it’s relatively simple. '[Code snippet to create Categories] Private Sub CreateCategory...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Object Model : Creating simple tasks programmatically using OOM & VBA?

    In this post, we will create the simple Outlook tasks programmatically using Outlook Object Model API & VBA. We do this by using the code snippet: '[Code Snippet for creating Simple Tasks using Outlook Object Model API & VBA]   Private Sub CreateTasks() 'Declare the Task...
  • Blog Post: Relationship between CDOSYS & CDOEX

    CDOEX is a superset of CDOSYS; this means that CDOEX contains all of the functionality of CDOSYS, plus additional functionality for use with Microsoft Exchange Server 2000. When CDOEX is installed on a computer, it takes over the functionality that was previously provided by CDOSYS. Any program that...
  • Blog Post: Gotcha : PowerShell questions

    I composed couple of Windows PowerShell questions: Can you create your own PowerShell object? We can write a Cmdlet, but we have to do that with a .NET Framework language such as C# or VB.NET. Can we create a.BAT file using PowerShell? No. But we can create PowerShell scripts, which have a .PS1 file...
  • Blog Post: How to get date & time when the message was received by Exchange server ?

    One of my customer wanted to get the date and time when the message was received by Microsoft Exchange? In Exchange Server, we have the OriginationTime property. It indicates the date and time, in coordinated universal time (UTC), when the message was received by Microsoft Exchange. The OriginationTime...
  • Blog Post: Outlook & VBA : Export contact information to Excel

    Please find the following script that retrieves the FullName and BusinessTelephoneNumber properties for all the contacts in an Outlook address book:   1: On Error Resume Next 2:   3: Const olFolderContacts = 10 4:   5: Set objOutlook = CreateObject( "Outlook.Application"...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Programming Series # 3 : Click Event Behavior for Standard Controls

    Welcome to Outlook Programming series # 3 In this series, we will learn "How to get Click Event Behavior for Standard Controls?". I found this wonderful article , which describes how the standard controls that are included with Microsoft Office and Outlook respond to the Click event using Visual Basic...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Event Sink # 8 - Register a store event sink using Regevent.vbs on Exchange

    Step-by-step guide on how to register store event sinks Per KB , Before you use regevent.vbs to register the event sink VB script, you need to register a new COM+ application on the Exchange server to properly execute script-based store events. Please follow the steps below: 1. To start...
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