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  1. #1
    GaryPanicZ is offline Novice
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    Angry Issue with access looking at sent items in outlook and filing

    Ho Guys
    Hope all are keeping well in these trying time...

    I have "borrowed" a bit of coding from
    http://christiaanheidema.nl/?Tips_an..._after_sending

    but its kicking up - it seems lie a nice bit of working but I am missing somthing ..

    Private Function FindSentItem(itemID As String, sentFromTime As Date) As Outlook.mailItem
    Const MAX_TRY_COUNT = 3
    Const SLEEP_TIME = 1000

    Dim items As Outlook.items
    Dim item As Object
    Dim attempt As Integer

    attempt = 1

    findSentItem_start:
    With olkNS.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderSentMail) ******** Here is where its having a antrum**************** runtime error 424 ?
    Set items = .items.Restrict("[SentOn] >= '" & Format(sentFromTime, "ddddd h:nn AMPM") & "'")
    For Each item In items
    If TypeName(item) = "MailItem" Then
    If item.Categories = itemID Then
    Set FindSentItem = item
    Exit Function
    End If
    End If


    Next item
    End With
    '
    ' If not found at this attempt, try again
    ' after some sleep
    '
    If attempt < MAX_TRY_COUNT Then
    attempt = attempt + 1
    Call Sleep(SLEEP_TIME)
    GoTo findSentItem_start
    End If
    Set FindSentItem = Nothing

    End Function



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    orange is offline Moderator
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    What error message are you receiving?
    You might research some of the links at the bottom of the page in Similar Threads.

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    GaryPanicZ is offline Novice
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    runtime error 424
    Object required

    With olkNS.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderSentMail)

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    I have not used Outlook for several years, so have no way to test/experiment.

    Do you have olkNS dimmed anywhere?

    I have formatted your code and placed it within Code tags for readability.

    Code:
    Private Function FindSentItem(itemID As String, sentFromTime As Date) As Outlook.mailItem
        Const MAX_TRY_COUNT = 3
        Const SLEEP_TIME = 1000
    
        Dim items As Outlook.items
        Dim item As Object
        Dim attempt As Integer
    
        attempt = 1
    
    findSentItem_start:
        With olkNS.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderSentMail) '******** Here is where its having a antrum**************** runtime error 424 ?
            Set items = .items.Restrict("[SentOn] >= '" & Format(sentFromTime, "ddddd h:nn AMPM") & "'")
            For Each item In items
                If TypeName(item) = "MailItem" Then
                    If item.Categories = itemID Then
                        Set FindSentItem = item
                        Exit Function
                    End If
                End If
            Next item
        End With
        '
        ' If not found at this attempt, try again
        ' after some sleep
        '
        If attempt < MAX_TRY_COUNT Then
            attempt = attempt + 1
            Call Sleep(SLEEP_TIME)
            GoTo findSentItem_start
        End If
        Set FindSentItem = Nothing
    
    End Function

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