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Chapter 33. Using VBA in Outlook 2003 > Using VBA to Respond to Application-Lev...

Using VBA to Respond to Application-Level Events

Now that you know some of the basics about manipulating objects in VBA, you can use VBA to respond to various application-level events in Outlook. There are 10 application-level events you can use in Outlook 2003:

  • AdvancedSearchComplete— Triggered when an Advanced Find completes

  • AdvancedSearchStopped— Triggered when an Advanced Find is stopped by the user

  • ItemSend— Occurs when an item is sent

  • MAPILogonComplete— Occurs when a user has logged on to Outlook

  • NewMail— Occurs when a new email is received

  • NewMailEx— Occurs when a new email is received through the Exchange Server

  • OptionsPagesAdd— Occurs when a new page is added to the Options dialog box

  • Quit— Triggered when the Outlook application terminates

  • Reminder— Occurs when Outlook displays a reminder

  • StartUp— Occurs when Outlook loads


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