Outlook - Outlook open Event - Asked By dany morris on 28-Jan-12 03:50 AM



I have to open each mail and add some words .How can I use open event to do this ?

Regards
Suchit shah replied to dany morris on 28-Jan-12 04:43 AM
  1. Open Outlook
  2. Open Menu/Tools/Macro/Security
  3. Set the Security level to "Medium"
  4. Open the Visual Basics Editor (ALT+F11)
  5. Press CTRL+R (The project Explorer will appear)
  6. Double click on "ThisOutlookSession" (The code window appears (Or F7))
  7. Paste the code to initialize the class module we are going to use (In code pane above where it says: "Code in ThisOutlookSession"
  8. Go back to the project Explorer and rightclick and Choose "Import"
  9. Browse to the Classmodule: "clsInspector.cls" (Attachment)
  10. Now go to the Error menu and choose "Project1 Compile"
  11. Press the Save button
  12. Close the Editor
  13. Close Outlook, Choose yes when you're asked to save the OTM-File
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb220206(v=office.12).aspx
kalpana aparnathi replied to dany morris on 28-Jan-12 04:48 AM
hi,

To set Word as the default editor for email messages in Outlook:

  • Select Tools | Options from the menu in Outlook.
  • Click on the Mail Format tab.
  • Make sure the Use Microsoft Office Word 2003 to edit e-mail messages checkbox is selected.
    • In versions before Outlook 2003, the text reads Use Microsoft Word to edit e-mail messages.
  • Close the dialog.
smr replied to dany morris on 30-Jan-12 04:21 AM
hi


try this

Yes, this is possible, although it seems like the editing feature gets more buried with every new Outlook version ;-) .

Editing a subject 
To edit the subject of a received message, you’ll have to open the message in its own window by double clicking it. Although the subject field may not look editable, you can actually already type in the field now making any changes you want. 
When you close the message, you’ll be prompted to save the changes or not.

Editing a message 
To edit the message content itself, you’ll also have to open the message in its won window first and then put the message in edit mode;

  • Outlook 2003 and previous 
    Edit-> Edit Message
  • Outlook 2007 
    Tab: Message-> group: Actions-> button: Other Actions-> Edit Message
  • Outlook 2010 
    Tab: Message-> group: Move-> button: Actions-> Edit Message

When you close the message, you’ll be prompted to save the changes or not.

Edit Message command in Outlook 2010

smr replied to dany morris on 30-Jan-12 04:22 AM
hi

To edit an email you have received in Outlook:

1) 
Double-click the desired message to open it in its own window.
2)
Select Actions | Edit Message from the Move section in the Message ribbon.
In Outlook 2007:

Select Other Actions | Edit Message from the toolbar.
In Outlook 2003 and earlier:
Select Edit | Edit Message from the menu.
Make all desired changes in the message body and Subject: line.
Press Ctrl-S.