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11 sample(s) found for EmailAddress
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: 2018/11/20
Often the display name of an email recipient changes, making it impossible to sort these emails. This macro creates a new field with the pure email address.
Last modified: 2018/02/03
These samples export the sender addresses or the recipient addresses of selected emails.
Last modified: 2017/04/28
Two examples for how to remove troublesome quotation marks or an apostrophe from an email address.
Last modified: 2016/01/05
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
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
Categories are very good for managing your contacts. However, in some cases it might also be good to have the contacts of a given category in a mailing list, which can can used quickly as recipients for an email.
Last modified: 2015/03/12
This macro removes some addresses from an email before it leaves your outbox.
Last modified: 2010/02/20
This sample finds an address in the list of recipients and then moves the email.
Last modified: 2009/11/23
This macro allows you to determine the format (plain, html, rtf) to be used for sending emails for each of the three email addresses of a contact.
Last modified: 2006/09/11
This macro enables you to get the sender's address even in older versions of Outlook.
Last modified: 2006/05/05