The microsoft outlook connector enables users to perform common
Microsoft Outlook task functions. This connector exposes different methods that can be used in a project.
How To Use
To access the Outlook connector options-
Outlookcomponent and drop it under
When users Double click on the
Outlookconnector under Global Objects, they will see all the methods for Outlook connector available under the object explorer section.
Allows the user to specify an email account used to automate during a project.
The SetAccount method must be used prior to performing any other operations using the
Input: AccountName (Email Address)
Allows the user to add a folder to
Allows the user to delete a folder from
Allows user to delete a specified mail from
Allows the user to get the mail from outlook folder based on ID.
Allows the user to forward a specified mail from outlook.
Input: MailObject, Email ID, CC, BCC, Subject
Allows user to fetch an attachment file name for a given mail object.
Allows the user to fetch the name of a folder from outlook and returns a string.
Allows the user to fetch the mail content for a given mail object.
Allows user to fetch a list of mails , and the content of an email which includes the
Input: FolderName, No of mails, Read/Unread (True, False),AvoidMeetingItems
Allows user to fetch the Sender Name for a given mail object.
Allows user to mark a specified mail as read.
Allows user to mark a specified mail as unread.
Allows user to move a specified mail to a destination folder.
Input: MailObject, DestinationFolderName
Allows user to read the data from Msg file.
Allows user to reply to emails, and specify Cc, Bcc, Subject, Body of the email, Add attachments etc.
Input: MailObject, CC, BCC, Subject, Body, Attachments, does mailbody consist HTML (True, False)
Allows user to save multiple attachments from a specified mail object to specified destination folder.
Input: MailObject, FolderPath
Allows user to save attachments from a specified mail object to specified destination folder.
Input: MailObject, AttachmentName, FolderPath
Allows user to send emails, this component allows the user to specify To, Cc, Bcc, Subject, Body of the email, Add attachments etc.
Input: EmailId, Image, From, CC, BCC, Subject, Body, Attachments, does mailbody consist HTML (True, False)