I need a foolproof method to get the senders email address in outlook 2000 using visual basic.
with outloko 2003, you could use
Dim oItem As Object
Dim objApp As Application
Dim objSelection As Selection
Set objApp = CreateObject("[url removed, login to view]")
Set objSelection = [url removed, login to view]
Set oItem = [url removed, login to view](1)
If [url removed, login to view] <> "[url removed, login to view]" Then MsgBox [url removed, login to view]
but that doesnt work in 2000.
ive tried and tried, researched and researched
why is one of the most important properties not accessible, or not available in outlook 2000? (sender email address)
if i try
' start CDO session
Set objSession = CreateObject("[url removed, login to view]")
[url removed, login to view] "", "", False, False
' pass message to CDO
strEntryID = [url removed, login to view]
strStoreID = [url removed, login to view]
Set objCDOMsg = [url removed, login to view](strEntryID, strStoreID)
' get sender address
On Error Resume Next
strAddress = [url removed, login to view]
GetFromAddress = strAddress
Set objCDOMsg = Nothing
[url removed, login to view]
Set objSession = Nothing
it either crashes on me. or i get an E_ACCESSDENIED error, or something else weird (note, i dont even get a security message popup like in outlook 2003 when accessing the email address, it will just crash).
isnt there ANY way to get the email address in outlook 2000 and 2002? no way to get the actualy message headers and get the address from there? no workarounds?
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Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003