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Reporter Reporter
VBOffice Reporter is an easy to use tool for data analysis and reporting in Outlook. A single click, for instance, allows you to see the number of hours planned for meetings the next month.

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Bulk Edit Contacts

In this sample we change the company name for multiple contacts at once.

Last modified: 2016/12/06

Find a Folder by its Name

Don't remember where to find a given folder? With this script you can find the folder by its name.

Last modified: 2016/09/09

Find Emails of The Same Topic

Use VBA to search for all emails of the same topic.

Last modified: 2017/01/26

Get the Message Folder

Where is the message stored you're looking at? This macro tells you and can even open the folder for you.

Last modified: 2008/06/08

GetSelectNamesDialog Pre-fill Search Box

Do you want to add some convenience for your users? See how to fill-in the search box of the address book by code.

Last modified: 2016/11/21

Join Appointment Item with Contact Data

This sample demonstrates how to look up a contact you have a meeting with, and display its mailing address with the appointment item.

Last modified: 2015/09/07

Join Email with Contact Data

This sample demonstrates how to look up the sender of an email and display its contact data in the inbox.

Last modified: 2015/03/30

Print Auto-Archive Settings

See how to create a list of the auto-archive settings for all your Outlook folders and subfolders.

Last modified: 2016/12/21

Search Address in To Field and Run a Rule

Outlook can run a rule if you are the only recipient of an email. This macro runs a rule if you are the only recipient in the To field, no matter how many other addresses there is in the CC field.

Last modified: 2015/07/24

Suggest Email Addresses

This macro supports an advanced suggestion of email addresses. Find addresses not only by the first letters, but also by the domain, for instance.

Last modified: 2015/06/11

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