Updating global address list in outlook
The Global Address Book (GAL) is a directory of available contact information for UAEX employees.
It can be accessed when using a UAEX Exchange account with Outlook or when logged in to the Outlook Web App.
Outlook 2003 users will receive the dreaded "something is trying to access your address book. Press Alt F11 to open the VB Editor and paste the following code into This Outlook Session. Don't forget to change the subject and email address! Application Dim a Item As Object Set myol App = Create Object("Outlook.
Send Next a Item End Sub This example combines the first script above with the macro at Use Reg Ex to extract text from an Outlook email message to look for a tracking code in the message body, then forward the message and include the code in the message subject. Mail Item) ' Set reference to VB Script library ' Microsoft VBScript Regular Expressions 5.5 Dim M1 As Match Collection Dim M As Match Set Reg1 = New Reg Exp With Reg1 .
However, if you need to the address book to update sooner you will need to force an update by manually starting the synchronization process.
Outlook 2016 users will need to set a registry key to use Run a Script rules.
You may see a status window indicating the download's progress, it will automatically disappear when completed. Re-open Outlook and log in; the Global Address List should now contain the most recent information.
You can run the rule as messages arrive or run it on the messages in the folder at any time using Run Rules Now. To avoid this, install Click Yes or Mapilab's Advanced Security software. Mapilab's product will bypass the dialog (after you OK it the very first time), while Click Yes does the clicking for you. Sub Change Subject Then Send() Dim myol App As Outlook. Open the VBA Editor by pressing Alt F11 on your keyboard. Mail Item Dim str Sendto, str Subject As String Dim my Forward As Mail Item ' Set reference to VB Script library ' Microsoft VBScript Regular Expressions 5.5 Dim Reg1 As Reg Exp Dim M1 As Match Collection Dim Reg2 As Reg Exp Dim M2 As Match Collection Dim M As Match Set o Item = Active Explorer. After you test the macro and see that it works, you can either leave macro security set to low or sign the macro.But now you want to change its update frequency, any ideas? In the opening Send/Receive Groups dialog box, please click the New button. In the popping out Send/Receive Group Name dialog box, name the new group, and click the OK button. See screenshot: Note: It’s optional to check the Schedule an automatic send/receive every x minutes option in the When Outlook is Offline section, and specify the update interval among the option.This article will introduce the solution to deal with this issue.