Why not store the various criteria outside Outlook - for example in an Access table, Excel spreadsheet, .INI file or even in the registry...?
Trying to modify the code programmatically is not the way to go...
Been looking around, but haven't found anything on my specific question. So I am writing a project that scans a users subfolder and saves attachments when certain criteria is met (ie. string in the subject line, from a specific person, specific attachment name etc. or a combination of all). That's dandy; but to make this thing pop and have a substantial life without high maintenance, I wanted to make a userform so that a user can add new/delete/edit the cases themselves.
Now the tricky part I am stuck on is....is it even possible to grab the variables defined by the user, add to the case logic and save to the current project as a new sub?
I also don't know if it'd be easier to create snipits and use outlooks 'rules & alerts' functions to run a script to save the files.
Really just looking for another opinion from people familiar with VBA.
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