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    Re: Outlook macro NewMeetingForRecipients (2002/2003)

    Er, that sounds interesting, but I don't see an attachment... <img src=/S/scratch.gif border=0 alt=scratch width=25 height=29>

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    Outlook macro NewMeetingForRecipients (2002/2003)

    Hi all, not sure if this is the right forum for this, but one of my greatest annoyances in Outlook is that it does not provide for what I see as a fairly obvious feature, so I wrote a macro to do it myself.

    I have a lot of meetings and quite a few more emails. Quite often we pass a point where the email stream on a given topic becomes silly and we really should just have a meeting to discuss it. What I would like to do is to be able to open an email, press a button, and have it copied to a meeting request with all the people currently on the From & To lines as meeting Recipients. I know I can drag the email onto my calendar and the subject and body will be there, but its a pain to add each of the recipients, some are not in our Exchange address book and have complicated email addresses.

    Anyhow, enough bitchin'; the macro is attached. Once the macro is there it is a simple matter to put a button on the email Inspector toolbar or in the Action menu.
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    Re: Outlook macro NewMeetingForRecipients (2002/2003)

    Sorry, slip of the mouse. Editted original post with attachement added.

    Stu

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    Re: Outlook macro NewMeetingForRecipients (2002/2003)

    Thanks, that macro should be useful.

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