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If there's a message in the outbox ready to be sent, it is displayed italic. This message must not be accessed anymore else the send process will be cancelled. When that happens, you need to open the message and again click on Send.
Many Addins or macros do access at least the first message in a folder as soon as you switch to the folder. So, if you click in an email on Send and then switch to the outbox, it will often happen that the email won't be sent. This requires self-discipline: Do not look into the outbox as long as it contains a message (except you want to edit it before sending).
This macro helps you with that:
Private WithEvents m_Explorer As Outlook.Explorer Private Sub Application_Startup() Set m_Explorer = Application.ActiveExplorer End Sub Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean) If FolderIsOutbox(Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder) Then Set Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder = Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox) End If End Sub Private Sub m_Explorer_BeforeFolderSwitch(ByVal NewFolder As Object, Cancel As Boolean) If FolderIsOutbox(NewFolder) Then If NewFolder.Items.Count Then If MsgBox("There's a message in the outbox. If you switch to the folder, the send process will be cancelled." _ & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & "View folder anyway?", vbYesNo Or vbQuestion Or vbDefaultButton2) <> vbYes Then Cancel = True End If End If End If End Sub Private Function FolderIsOutbox(F As Outlook.MAPIFolder) As Boolean On Error Resume Next Dim Outbox As Outlook.MAPIFolder Dim e1$, e2$ If F Is Nothing Then Exit Function e1 = LCase$(F.EntryID) Set Outbox = Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderOutbox) e2 = LCase$(Outbox.EntryID) If Len(e1) > 0 And Len(e2) > 0 Then FolderIsOutbox = (e1 = e2) End If End Function
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