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Sub EnumCommandBars() Dim objOL As Outlook.Application Dim objNS As Outlook.NameSpace
This article was written by Sean Tsai, a data warehousing expert and good friend of the How-To Geek Have you ever wanted to print every attachment you receive in your Outlook email box? Let’s say you subscribed to a free fax to PDF email service and you want them to be printed out automatically just like an old fashioned fax machine. Here is a quick way to achieve that if you are comfortable with a little bit of VB (macro) programming. What we showing here is to create a rule in Outlook and move the incoming fax emails into a separate subfolder. Using VB code we create a macro for you to run a print job against every email in that subfolder so you don’t have to open up the email and print the attachments one by one.
When you're having problems with Outlook you may be told to start Outlook using a specific command line switch. To do this: Close Outlook. At the Start menu, Run command (or open the Run command by pressing Windows Key (