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Running VBA Code in Outlook

Mike Bronowski does a thing I don’t want to do:

While ago I have written a post about saving Outlook attachments with PowerShell and that that was actually the thing I learned from the topic I want to describe today.

I could not use PowerShell at that moment (security, security), so had to figure it out in the most common scripting language in office – VBA.

Read on to learn how.