I am trying to add a button to outlook's tool bar using a Macro.The problem is that the button appears but on clicking it nothing happens,I suspect I am supplying parameters wrongly to the OnAction method. The call[CODE]Call AddToolbarButton("My very own button", "Click here", "!<Sub/UserForm>")[/CODE] The method it's self: [CODE]Function AddToolbarButton(Caption As String, _ toolTip As String, macroName As String, _ Optional toolbarName As String = "Standard", _ Optional FaceID As Long = 325) Dim objBar As Office.CommandBar Dim objButton As Office.CommandBarButton Set objBar = ActiveExplorer.CommandBars(toolbarName) Set objButton = objBar.Controls.add(msoControlButton) With objButton .Caption = Caption .OnAction = macroName .TooltipText = …

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I have an Exchange account setup in Outlook 2007. I've been racking my brain on how to set up e-mail rules such that they'll show up in Outlook and be server-side rules. The odd thing is that I have server-side rules set up in OWA (even though the rules have "marked as read" and "add to Category", which I thought would make them client-side rules), but they are not showing up in Outlook at all. Is there an issue with Outlook 2007 and Exchange 2011 not communicating rules? The reason i want to access the rule from within outlook is …

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Suppose I open up Outlook 2007. On the bottom left, there are four folder buttons: Mail, Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks. I will have a C# plug-in running and wondering if there is anyway to detect when the "Tasks" button is clicked. Thank you very much in advance!

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Hi, all, When using a manual archive or autoarchive in Outlook 2007 (windows xp), the emails are [I][B]copied[/B][/I], instead of [I][B]moved [/B][/I]to the archive folder. This is happening only for one user. For other users on the same network, with seemingly the same archive settings, any archived emails are moved to the archive folders. Help desk hasn't been able to find any solution to this problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks AEA

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How can you create an Outlook (2007) Distribution List that contains all the Outlook Contact fields? The examples I find typically populate a DL with Recipients that contain only an email address. I'm using C# but VB, etc. will also do. Thanks, Scott

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