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kaempfe
post Feb 19 2020, 01:47 PM
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Hi.

We are trying to collect and report data based on certain meeting invite data. I'm looking to use VBA or rules, etc to be able to append fields of Outlook calendar invite data to Access or Sharepoint or even Excel. Ideally, I'm grabbing the host name, the date and time the invite was sent, teh date and time of the meeting as well as the subject line. I'm open to what program it gets appended to bc I can then grab that data and do whatever I need. I think it would be easier to append to sharepoint but I'm open to ideas.

The way I would use it is to have a group of staff requesting approval meetings and copying an outlook calendar that would be invited to ALL of the meetings. I would then link to the file or create a rule that runs VBA, etc to append these fields to a data set.

Can you advise on how you go about this and - ideally - give me some example code or links so I can learn?

Alternatively, if there is a way to do this in reverse by using SharePoint and Sharepoint sends the calendar invite, I'm open to that. I have seen that the Sharepoint flows are not well integrated with Outlook calendars.

Note that some some users are using Windows 2007 and some O365 but if that is a barrier, we can accelerate movement to O365.

Thanks!
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DanielPineault
post Feb 19 2020, 02:41 PM
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Did you see https://www.UtterAccess.com/forum/index.php...t&p=2743908 ?

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