Attaching a File or an Outlook Item to an Outlook Message

Attaching a file to a Microsoft Outlook mail item is one of the most popular customer actions in Outlook.   Naturally, many power users also ask how to do this programmatically. The Outlook object model provides the Attachment  object, Attachments.Add  method, and an Attachments property for each of the Outlook item objects  (for example, mail, appointment, contact, meeting, and task items), to support adding an attachment to an Outlook item

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Attaching a File or an Outlook Item to an Outlook Message

A Note on Recent Phishing Attacks Against Outlook Users

As you may have seen, in the past week there have been various reports of a scam / phishing e-mail that targets Outlook users by falsely claiming that it is an official message from Microsoft, asking users to visit a phishing website where they are prompted to enter their e-mail server information, user name, and password. Do not click on the link in this e-mail, or enter any of your personal information on the corresponding site

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Here is a Way to Get the ID of a Built-in Outlook Command Bar Menu (Norm Estabrook)

Recently, a forum poster asked us how he could add a submenu item to a built-in menu item in Outlook.  Note that these are not controls that appear on the Ribbon of an Outlook item, but rather the menus that drop down from the top of the Outlook Explorer such as the View menu and the Tools menu. So one way to do this (In fact the only way that I know of) is to use the example shown in the following MSDN topic – How to: Add Custom Menus and Menu Items to Outlook . You can’t just use the example as is

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Here is a Way to Get the ID of a Built-in Outlook Command Bar Menu (Norm Estabrook)