My situation is that my company gets an email from another company with a link to a file that we need to download and then process. All that is done manually by my users. i've been tasked with creating a button in Outlook, such that it will read the email looking for a name of the client this needs to be processed for in the subject and also retreive the url in the email so that I can get the file from the web and process it. Now, barring any freaky permission issues, I know how to down load the file and process it. My problem is that i've never created an outlook addin before. i've done a bunch of searching on the web and have created one. I see the new ribbon on the opened email and even the button that I created. Now I need to be able to access the subject and body (accessing the From would help me in another project that I see coming down the pike and I'm hoping that how I access the subject and body would be the same methodology).
So, in my ribbon class, I have the following:
Public Class MyRibbon
Private Sub MyRibbon_Load(Byval sender as System.Object, ByVal e as RibbonUIEventArgs) handles MyBase.Load
Private Sub btnProcText_Click(sender as System.Object, e as Microsoft.Office.Tools.Ribbon.RibbonControlEventArgs) Handles btnProcText.Click
What goes here to access the subject and body?
This is all Framework 4.0 and preferrably VB.Net (and not COM) and Outlook 2010 on Windows 7.