Outlook Solutions

How to Quickly Run a Specific Rule in All Mail Folders with Outlook VBA

By default, you can only run a rule in one folder at a time. In this article, we’ll teach you how to utilize a piece of VBA code to run a specific rule in all mail folders. Outlook permits users to run rule manually. You can just access “Rules and Alerts” dialog box and hit “Run Rules Now” button. In the subsequent dialog box, select a specific rule and choose a folder in which you desire to run this rule. But, if you would like to quickly run a rule in all mail folders, you can...

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How to Let Outlook Auto Read out the Subject & Sender of Each Incoming Email

If you hope that Outlook can automatically read out the email subject and sender information as a new email arrives in your mailbox, you can use the way introduced in this article. It will combine a rule and a script to realize this easily. As usual, when a new email arrives, you will hear a default alert sound. But most of time, what you want is more than such a sound. You may wish that Outlook can read out the new email’s subject as well as sender, such that you can quickly get basic...

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How to Auto Print the Attendee List a Few Minutes before an Outlook Meeting Starts

Many users always need to print attendee list when an Outlook meeting is coming up. Thus, in this article, we’ll show a piece of VBA code, which can let Outlook auto accomplish this. Most of time, before a meeting, the organizer must require the attendee list. It is generally used for attendees to sign in. My previous article “How to Extract & Print Meeting Attendee List in Outlook” has introduced 2 ways. But both of them are fairly troublesome. Therefore, here we will expose a...

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