Outlook Macros

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Outlook Select Send Using Account | VBA Macro #75

If you are using multiple account in Outlook, you may find yourself forgetting who you are sending from which can be confusing for your team and worst your clients. To mistake proof the send from selection Leverage & Lean has created the Outlook Select Send Using Accounts macro! This Outlook macro will look at all your available Outlook Accounts and display them in an InputBox for you to select from. To select an Outlook Account just enter the leading number into the InputBox. This Outlook macro will then adjust your Sending Using Account to reflect the selection that you have made. While you can do this with an email open it is easy to forget to make this selection. The power of this macro is that you can create custom button to prompt you prior to creating, replying or sending an email in Outlook. You can take this a step further and embed the Outlook Select Send Using Accounts macro directly into the existing Outlook New Email, Reply and Reply All and Send buttons!

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Outlook Most Recent Used Folder Move Button | VBA Macro #72

The existing Outlook Move button only displays 10 “Most Recently Used” (MRU) Folders.  We have seen your calls for an expanded list of MRU Folders when using the Move button in Outlook.  Well at Leverage & Lean we listen and let our programming do the talking!  The Outlook Most Recently Used Folders Move Button macro allows you to control how many MRU Folders you see!  This macro watches a specified Inbox and tracks when items are moved to its Subfolders.  The usage is tracked into an Excel Workbook to build your own “Most Recently Used” Move Folders registry.  This information is referenced when using this Outlook macro to display the MRU Folder options. To move items to just enter the leading number in front of the Outlook Folder name.

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Outlook Reply with Attachments | VBA Macro #62

If you are responding to someone that has included email attachments when you click Reply or Reply All you will notice the attachments the sender included are not in your respond. While you can simply drag and drop the attachments the sender sent into your response this takes time away from typing a reply. The attachments the sender sent maybe irrelevant to you but important to others so they should continue to be attached in the email thread. Fortunately, there is a better way with VBA and the below macro will allow you Reply and Reply All to an email with the attachments automatically attached in your response.

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Outlook Greeting and Goodbye Contacts | VBA Macro #35

The Greeting and Goodbye Contact macro automates the entry of a Greeting “Good Morning” or “Hello” followed by the First Name of the recipient you are emailing. To identify the First Name this macro uses the recipient’s email address to loop through all the existing contact records for a matching email address. If a match is found the contact’s First Name field value is used in the beginning of the email. The appropriate Greeting and Goodbye is determined by the current time and the day of the week. The Greeting and Goodbye Contacts macro helps you deliver better customer service and create better connections with your clients!

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Outlook Hello Contacts | VBA Macro #33

Starting an email with a Hello can look more personable with some VBA code! The Hello Contacts Outlook macro automates the entry of the text Hello followed by the First Name of the recipient you are emailing. This Outlook macro uses the recipient’s email address to loop through all the existing contact records for a matching email address. If a match is found the contact’s First Name field value is used in the beginning of the email. This macro can be fired from a custom button or trigger automatically when replying to an email.

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Outlook Select Send Using Account | VBA Macro #75

If you are using multiple account in Outlook, you may find yourself forgetting who you are sending from which can be confusing for your team and worst your clients. To mistake proof the send from selection Leverage & Lean has created the Outlook Select Send Using Accounts macro! This Outlook macro will look at all your available Outlook Accounts and display them in an InputBox for you to select from. To select an Outlook Account just enter the leading number into the InputBox. This Outlook macro will then adjust your Sending Using Account to reflect the selection that you have made. While you can do this with an email open it is easy to forget to make this selection. The power of this macro is that you can create custom button to prompt you prior to creating, replying or sending an email in Outlook. You can take this a step further and embed the Outlook Select Send Using Accounts macro directly into the existing Outlook New Email, Reply and Reply All and Send buttons!

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Outlook Most Recent Used Folder Move Button | VBA Macro #72

The existing Outlook Move button only displays 10 “Most Recently Used” (MRU) Folders.  We have seen your calls for an expanded list of MRU Folders when using the Move button in Outlook.  Well at Leverage & Lean we listen and let our programming do the talking!  The Outlook Most Recently Used Folders Move Button macro allows you to control how many MRU Folders you see!  This macro watches a specified Inbox and tracks when items are moved to its Subfolders.  The usage is tracked into an Excel Workbook to build your own “Most Recently Used” Move Folders registry.  This information is referenced when using this Outlook macro to display the MRU Folder options. To move items to just enter the leading number in front of the Outlook Folder name.

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Outlook Reply with Attachments | VBA Macro #62

If you are responding to someone that has included email attachments when you click Reply or Reply All you will notice the attachments the sender included are not in your respond. While you can simply drag and drop the attachments the sender sent into your response this takes time away from typing a reply. The attachments the sender sent maybe irrelevant to you but important to others so they should continue to be attached in the email thread. Fortunately, there is a better way with VBA and the below macro will allow you Reply and Reply All to an email with the attachments automatically attached in your response.

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Outlook Greeting and Goodbye Contacts | VBA Macro #35

The Greeting and Goodbye Contact macro automates the entry of a Greeting “Good Morning” or “Hello” followed by the First Name of the recipient you are emailing. To identify the First Name this macro uses the recipient’s email address to loop through all the existing contact records for a matching email address. If a match is found the contact’s First Name field value is used in the beginning of the email. The appropriate Greeting and Goodbye is determined by the current time and the day of the week. The Greeting and Goodbye Contacts macro helps you deliver better customer service and create better connections with your clients!

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Outlook Hello Contacts | VBA Macro #33

Starting an email with a Hello can look more personable with some VBA code! The Hello Contacts Outlook macro automates the entry of the text Hello followed by the First Name of the recipient you are emailing. This Outlook macro uses the recipient’s email address to loop through all the existing contact records for a matching email address. If a match is found the contact’s First Name field value is used in the beginning of the email. This macro can be fired from a custom button or trigger automatically when replying to an email.

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