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Create Task or Appointment and Insert Selected Text. My article at Create a Task from an Email using a Rule shows how to create a task from an email message but what if only want to include the actionable part of the message in the task?

Create Task or Appointment and Insert Selected Text

You don't actually need a macro to do this - Outlook has a pretty cool feature built in that makes this easy: just select the text and drag to the Tasks button on the navigation pane and drop. A new task form opens with the selected text in the task body, ready for you to fill out the subject and dates. You can drag text to any folder to create an item with the text in the body field; this method can be used to create an appointment, contact, new message, or a note.It's not limited to content already in Outlook - you can drag a selection in a web page in Edge in Windows 10 (this worked in IE in old versions of Windows & Outlook) or Word.

If an application doesn't support dragging, you can copy and paste in a folder to create a new item. While you don't need a macro to do this, using a macro can save time. MissingLink Project ManagementDownload. Email Overload Management - Inbox Zero. To do list and task manager. Free, easy, online and mobile: Todoist.

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Last modified: 2016/11/03 Access an Email With CDO 1.21. Getting Organized While Drinking from the (Outlook) Fire Hose. Free Microsoft Outlook alternative email client. Microsoft outlook is famous email client, most of the companies using this email client.

Free Microsoft Outlook alternative email client

But personal usage is very less level, because of Outlook license cost. Many people always wondering free apps for their personal use. Nowadays many free email client available with excellent features. Following most important email clients for personal user with free of cost also best alternative of Microsoft Outlook. Thunderbird Thunderbird is very famous email client, already many people using this free email client. Features: File Touch Free Download. Saving email to file system as .msg does not give received date attribute in Windows Explorer. I had the same problem.

Saving email to file system as .msg does not give received date attribute in Windows Explorer

But succeeded in writing a VBA macro using a freeware DOS utility in it to change file date. See my code below. To use it, select the emails you want to save to a particular folder and run this code. It asks you for a path to folder you want to save it in and then saves the msg files and changes the file date to original received date. I am not good with folder creation yet. Sub Save_Messages() Dim dtDate As Date Dim sName As String Dim sFile As String Dim sExt As String Dim Param As String Dim newName As String Dim msg As Variant Dim strFolderName As String strFolderName = InputBox(Prompt:="drive:\path", _ Title:="ENTER full path for saving emails", Default:="c:\temp\messages") If strFolderName = "drive:\path" Or strFolderName = vbNullString Then Exit Sub Else If Len(strFolderName) > 0 Then ' Do something with the selected folder sName = Replace(sName, "/", sChr) sName = Replace(sName, "\", sChr) sName = Replace(sName, ":", sChr) sName = Replace(sName, "?

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