Tips for Filtering Items Using Date-time Comparison

In my recent posting about a time-reporting macro, I mentioned a workaround to have the macro include appointments that fall outside of the normal work hours set in the Outlook Options dialog box. Alert: If you have appointments in your date range that start and end before the beginning of work hours you have specified…

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New Releases of the Outlook 2010 Auxiliary Reference and Outlook 2010 MAPI Reference

This week our group published the Outlook 2010 Auxiliary Reference, and updated the Outlook 2010 MAPI Reference! The two references have been reorganized such that all content pertaining to MAPI for Outlook is now centralized in the Outlook 2010 MAPI Reference. The Outlook 2010 Auxiliary Reference contains documentation and samples for APIs that allow developers…

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Improving Outlook Performance (Part I): Video and Sample Add-In to Show Setting and Getting Multiple Custom Properties

Microsoft Outlook supports properties for items and folders. For example, a MailItem object has built-in properties such as the To, Subject, and Body properties, and a Folder object has built-in properties such as the Name and CurrentView properties. Developers can create custom properties for items and folders as well. Improving performance has been a major…

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A Simple Macro to Track Your Time in the Outlook Calendar

The Scenario Do you sometimes wonder how time slipped by during the work day, and you can’t recall what projects you worked on or how much time you spent on them? I usually record how I spend my time in the Outlook calendar. For example, today, I did the following: ·         I spent one hour…

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MVP Helmut Obertanner Published Outlook Articles and Sample Applications on MSDN

Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Helmut Obertanner*, published two articles on MSDN today: Developing an Inspector Wrapper for Outlook 2010 Enforcing Business Rules in Outlook 2010 Inspector Wrapper An inspector in Microsoft Outlook is a window that displays an Outlook item. Because Outlook supports many different item types, for example, mail, contact, appointment, meeting, and task items, and fields of…

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Word Automation Services Resource Center is now live!

Word Automation Services (WAS) is a new shared service in SharePoint that debuted with the release of SharePoint Server 2010. WAS runs on the SharePoint Server service application infrastructure and enables unattended, server-side conversion of documents that are supported by the Microsoft Word client application. The brand new Word Automation Services Resource Center is your…

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