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    Question Outlook Address from Alias

    Is there anyway in VB, using the outlook object, to get the e-mail address for a given alias?


    Help please.


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    You mean the 'Display As' for a ContactItem?
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    Nope. In the properties there is an alias field. In our case we hold the user id there and that is what I want to search on to get the address.

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    Can it be done?

    Coz I can't find anything??

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    I take it that this is a custom field? In MailItem or ContactItem?

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    Nope, as far as I know it's not a custom field. It's a field in the address book properties.

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    Ah! Its not really the Address book, its the Global Address List. There
    is no Alias field or property for a Contact, but let me whip up
    something for this then.


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    Not possible with OOM. You need to use CDO in order to access
    that property. Is using CDO a possibility for you?
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    @%@$%, my vb crashed on the demo I had just finished for you
    using CDO. When I get home tonight I will re-write it and post it.
    It works great! Wish I had done a save.

    I had it loading the entire GAL and showing all the Alias' and
    email addresses. Even had a double click on the listview to bring
    up the details of the Address Entry.

    Oh well.
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    I really don't know anything about CDO!?

    But we can use it I think!!!

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    Talking

    Well here it is in case you can use CDO. If you did a full install of
    Outlook it should be installed already. If not you can install it from
    the Outlook CD. Its Microsoft Collaboration Data Objects 1.21.

    For client applications, you must install Outlook in order to install
    CDO. In Outlook 2000 and later versions, CDO is included with
    Outlook but is not part of the default setup, nor will it install on
    first run. Therefore, you must explicitly select it during a custom
    setup or use the Windows Installer object library to
    programmatically install CDO

    I cleared out some of the names and blocked the email address
    from showing so they wont get spammed just in case, but it does
    fillup the listview.





    VB Code:
    1. Option Explicit
    2. 'Add reference to MS CDO 1.21 Library
    3. 'Add reference to MS Office Outlook xx.x Object Library
    4. 'Add listview control (lvwGAL) 'Project > Components > MS Windows Common Controls 6.0
    5. 'Add 2 command buttons (cmdClose) and (cmdRefresh)
    6. Private moApp As Outlook.Application
    7. Private moNS As Outlook.NameSpace
    8. Private moCDO As MAPI.Session
    9.  
    10. Private Const cdoPR_DISPLAY_NAME As Long = &H3001001E
    11. Private Const cdoPR_ACCOUNT As Long = &H3A00001E
    12. Private Const cdoPR_GIVEN_NAME As Long = &H3A06001E
    13. Private Const cdoPR_SURNAME As Long = &H3A11001E
    14. Private Const cdoPR_EMAIL As Long = &H39FE001E
    15.  
    16. Private Sub cmdClose_Click()
    17.     Unload Me
    18. End Sub
    19.  
    20. Private Sub cmdRefresh_Click()
    21.     GetAddressCDO
    22. End Sub
    23.  
    24. Private Sub Form_Load()
    25.    
    26.     On Error GoTo No_Bugs
    27.    
    28.     'INITIALIZE OOM (JUST SO CDO CAN LOGON TO INSTANCE)
    29.     Set moApp = GetObject(, "Outlook.Application")
    30.     If TypeName(moApp) = "Nothing" Then
    31.         Set moApp = New Outlook.Application
    32.     End If
    33.     Set moNS = moApp.GetNamespace("MAPI")
    34.     'INITIALIZE CDO
    35.     Set moCDO = CreateObject("MAPI.Session")
    36.     moCDO.Logon "", "", False, False
    37.     'INITIALIZE LISTVIEW
    38.     With lvwGAL
    39.         .FullRowSelect = True
    40.         .LabelEdit = lvwManual
    41.         .MultiSelect = False
    42.         .View = lvwReport
    43.         .ColumnHeaders.Add , , "", 0
    44.         .ColumnHeaders.Add , , "Display Name", (.Width / 5) - 70
    45.         .ColumnHeaders.Add , , "Last Name", (.Width / 5) - 70
    46.         .ColumnHeaders.Add , , "First Name", (.Width / 5) - 70
    47.         .ColumnHeaders.Add , , "Alias", (.Width / 5) - 70
    48.         .ColumnHeaders.Add , , "E-Mail", (.Width / 5) - 70
    49.         .Sorted = True
    50.         .SortOrder = lvwAscending
    51.         .SortKey = 1
    52.     End With
    53.     'POPULATE LISTVIEW
    54.     GetAddressCDO
    55.     Exit Sub
    56.    
    57. No_Bugs:
    58.     If Err.Number = 429 Then
    59.         Resume Next
    60.     Else
    61.         MsgBox Err.Number & " - " & Err.Description, vbOKOnly + vbExclamation
    62.     End If
    63. End Sub
    64.  
    65. Private Sub Form_QueryUnload(Cancel As Integer, UnloadMode As Integer)
    66.     moCDO.Logoff
    67.     Set moCDO = Nothing
    68.     Set moNS = Nothing
    69.     Set moApp = Nothing
    70. End Sub
    71.  
    72. Private Sub lvwGAL_DblClick()
    73.     On Error Resume Next
    74.     Dim oDetails As Object
    75.     Set oDetails = moCDO.GetAddressEntry(lvwGAL.SelectedItem)
    76.     oDetails.Details
    77.     Set oDetails = Nothing
    78. End Sub
    79.  
    80. Private Sub GetAddressCDO()
    81.  
    82.     On Error GoTo No_Bugs
    83.    
    84.     Dim oAEntries As Object
    85.     Dim oAEntry As Object
    86.     Dim oFields As Object
    87.     Dim lvItm As ListItem
    88.     Dim i As Integer
    89.     Dim ii As Integer
    90.     Dim iii As Integer
    91.     Dim vDetails As Variant
    92.     Dim lRet As Long
    93.    
    94.     lvwGAL.ListItems.Clear
    95.     Set oAEntries = moCDO.AddressLists.Item("Global Address List").AddressEntries
    96.     For i = 1 To oAEntries.Count
    97.         Set oAEntry = oAEntries.Item(i)
    98.         Set lvItm = lvwGAL.ListItems.Add(, , oAEntry.ID)
    99.         'ITERATE THROUGH ALL FIELDS OF THIS ADDRESS ENTRY
    100.         For ii = 1 To oAEntry.Fields.Count
    101.             Set oFields = oAEntry.Fields(ii)
    102.             vDetails = oFields.Value
    103.             On Error Resume Next
    104.             lRet = UBound(vDetails)
    105.             If Err.Number = 0 Then
    106.                 'ITERATE THROUGH ALL VALUES FOR THIS ARRAY
    107.                 For iii = 0 To UBound(vDetails)
    108.                     'Debug.Print "Field ID:  " & oFields.ID & "; Field Array #" & iii & ";Value:  " & vDetails(iii)
    109.                 Next
    110.             Else
    111.                 'ADD SINGLE VALUES TO THE LISTVIEW
    112.                 If oFields.ID = cdoPR_DISPLAY_NAME Then
    113.                     lvItm.SubItems(1) = vDetails
    114.                 ElseIf oFields.ID = cdoPR_SURNAME Then
    115.                     lvItm.SubItems(2) = vDetails
    116.                 ElseIf oFields.ID = cdoPR_GIVEN_NAME Then
    117.                     lvItm.SubItems(3) = vDetails
    118.                 ElseIf oFields.ID = cdoPR_ACCOUNT Then
    119.                     lvItm.SubItems(4) = vDetails
    120.                 ElseIf oFields.ID = cdoPR_EMAIL Then
    121.                     lvItm.SubItems(5) = vDetails
    122.                 End If
    123.                 'Debug.Print "Field ID:  " & oFields.ID & "; Value  " & vDetails
    124.             End If
    125.         Next
    126.         Set lvItm = Nothing
    127.     Next
    128.     Set oAEntries = Nothing
    129.     Set oAEntry = Nothing
    130.     Set oFields = Nothing
    131.     Exit Sub
    132.    
    133. No_Bugs:
    134.     MsgBox Err.Number & " - " & Err.Description, vbOKOnly + vbExclamation
    135. End Sub


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    Originally posted by RobDog888

    Anything can be do if you have the persistance and patience.
    Spoken like a true code warrior.

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    Actually I finished the re-write after the crash yesterday. It took
    me about 30 minutes to do this. I just didn't have the time to
    make it look nice and post because I was on overtime and I had
    to go home.

    Although the one issue is still the security popup, but I wrote
    something this morning that I like to call "Outlook® Security
    Prompt Dismisser™" or "DismissMe™" coming to a download site
    near you soon. It took me about an hour to figure out that M$
    placed a block on the message stream preventing the security
    prompt from being automated in later versions of Outlook. But I
    found a way around it in about another hour or so. Actually very
    simple. M$ can't do anything about it either


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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    Hey Robdog, I tried ur above code.
    I have added reference to cdo 1.21
    But its giving me error.

    Run-time error'2147219963(80040605)
    Collaboration Data Objects-[MAP_E_Not_INITIALIZED(80040605)]]

    What i have to do if i want only firstname and lastname in a listview?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    Hi RobDog,
    That sample code works perfectly. However, i'm trying to get the data from an exchange 2000 server with 51k entries which obviously takes quite a bit of time (over 10 mins). The good news is that our lists are broken down into different groups,and I need to get the address list for IRELAND-->Receipients.
    I've tried variations on /vbcode "Set oAEntries = moCDO.AddressLists.Item("Flextronics.IRELAND.Recipients").AddressEntries" /endvbcode
    but i get the error:
    -2147221233 - [Collaboration Data Objects - [MAPI_E_NOT_FOUND(8004010F)]].

    Any help would be appreciated,

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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    i got a lot of error of this source code ...>__< is it wrote by VB 03 ?

    would you mind sending me the souce code to translate to VB 05 ?

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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    I sent you a reply in your PM.

    Basically, this code is VB 6 and CDO 1.21 which are not compatible with VB.NET.

    I'll try to get a .NET version out this week sometime when I have some free time.

    Ps, I will add it to my FAQ, when I can this week, that I will be publishing in the Office Development forum tomorrow hopefully.
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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    Quote Originally Posted by RobDog888
    Although the one issue is still the security popup, but I wrote
    something this morning that I like to call "Outlook® Security
    Prompt Dismisser™" or "DismissMe™" coming to a download site
    near you soon.
    Great code, Rob. Did you ever post your dismisser? A search on DismissMe doesn't find anything, not even this post of yours.
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    The second most difficult part is deciding how you're going to solve the problem.
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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    No I didnt because I needed to change it for protection of disassembly of the exe/dll and add a program registration scheme. Another project that I hopefully will be getting done real soon too. My delimma is if I should make it freeware or commercial and charge a very small fee for it? Would anyone pay $ for it when there is at least one other similar product for free?
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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    Any further progress? I'm looking at developing an automated mailer in VB6 and that Outlook message is a real PITA.

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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    There are other ways to send email in VB6 without even using outlook - look into CDO.
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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    CDO will also generate the security popup.

    I have the code on my server but I havent had time to replace the crashed hd and recover the data.
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    Re: Outlook Address from Alias

    thank you all of guys, i have done it

    Dim mail As MailItem
    Dim insp As Inspector

    Set insp = Application.ActiveInspector
    Set mail = insp.CurrentItem
    Debug.Print mail.To

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