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Get the names of Outlook Task subfolders

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How do I get the names of the task subfolders from Outlook? Also, when I
right click on the "Tasks" folder in Outlook, I don't have the option to
rename it. So, can I assume that this folder name will never change and I can
hard code the word "Tasks" for this folder in my VBA code. It would
presumably be the uppermost or root folder.

Thanks you.

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On Tue, 23 May 2006 23:54:05 GMT, "rdemyan via AccessMonster.com"
<u6836@uwe> wrote:

Don't assume. Use:
<NameSpace>.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderTasks)

-Tom.

How do I get the names of the task subfolders from Outlook? Also, when I
right click on the "Tasks" folder in Outlook, I don't have the option to
rename it. So, can I assume that this folder name will never change and I can
hard code the word "Tasks" for this folder in my VBA code. It would
presumably be the uppermost or root folder.

Thanks you.


May 24 '06 #2

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OK. But, does this get the subfolders as well??

Tom van Stiphout wrote:
Don't assume. Use:
<NameSpace>.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderTasks)

-Tom.
How do I get the names of the task subfolders from Outlook? Also, when I
right click on the "Tasks" folder in Outlook, I don't have the option to

[quoted text clipped - 3 lines]

Thanks you.


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May 24 '06 #3

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On Wed, 24 May 2006 11:35:05 GMT, "rdemyan via AccessMonster.com"
<u6836@uwe> wrote:

For each fld in <NameSpace>.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderTasks).Folder s
debug.print fld.Name
Next fld

-Tom.

OK. But, does this get the subfolders as well??

Tom van Stiphout wrote:
Don't assume. Use:
<NameSpace>.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderTasks)

-Tom.
How do I get the names of the task subfolders from Outlook? Also, when I
right click on the "Tasks" folder in Outlook, I don't have the option to

[quoted text clipped - 3 lines]

Thanks you.


May 24 '06 #4

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