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Sub FileAs_Company_FullName

' Change the FileAs field to contain the CompanyName followed by the FullName of the Contact

Set CurFolder = Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder

Set AllItems = CurFolder.Items

NumItems = CurFolder.Items.Count

MsgBox "Changing FileAs to Company & FullName: " & NumItems

'Loop through all of the items in the folder

For I = 1 to NumItems

Set CurItem = AllItems.Item(I)

' Test to see if the Message Class needs to be changed

If CurItem.FileAs <> CurItem.CompanyName Then

' Change the Message Class

CurItem.FileAs = CurItem.CompanyName & ", " & CurItem.FullName

' Save the changed item

CurItem.Save

'msgBox I &" " &CurItem.FileAs

End If

Next

MsgBox "Done."

End Sub

 

 

Sub Sent_Received_Date

' Copy the contents of the Sent field to be the same date and time as the Received field

Set CurFolder = Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder
Set AllItems = CurFolder.Items
NumItems = CurFolder.Items.Count

MsgBox "Copying Sent date to Received: " & NumItems

' Loop through all of the items in the folder
For I = 1 to NumItems
Set CurItem = AllItems.Item(I)

MsgBox I &" SentOn: " &CurItem.SentOn &" ReceivedTime: "& CurItem.ReceivedTime &"."

' Test to see if the date needs to be changed
If CurItem.ReceivedTime = CurItem.SentOn Then
' Do nothing if they are the same
Else
' Change the Received Time
CurItem.ReceivedTime =CurItem.SentOn

' Save the changed item
CurItem.Save
End If
Next

MsgBox "Done."

End Sub
 


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