I receive 50-70 work emails everyday in the format of "firstname.lastname@example.org DATE:01/12/2011 NAME:xxx etc etc" which I then have to input into a database in Access, assign registration numbers and then reply to each of them with their respective registration numbers.
I was somehow able to google a macro which I redesigned in order to help me to automatically send out the replies with the registration numbers from Access. I was wondering if there is a solution for me to pick out the data from the email and add to the table. This would save me tons of time!! I can periodically import all the email from Outlook to Access but that would give me the entire message body in one field. So how do I split it? Or is there some other more effective way?
I was not sure which forum to post this into as I'm not sure what I exactly need for this. Any help would be useful to me.
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1 Replies - 1783 Views - Last Post: 30 May 2012 - 12:13 PM
Replies To: Build Table from MS Outlook
Re: Build Table from MS Outlook
Posted 30 May 2012 - 12:13 PM
Sure.. you use VB.NET and connect to Outlook with the SmtpClient object... then it's a matter of separating parts of a string and inserting them into a data base!
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