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how to read data from e-mail and transfer it to an excel file

how to read data from e-mail and transfer it to an excel file

how to read data from e-mail and transfer it to an excel file

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Hi All,

I'm receving e-mail from our compnay regarding the consultants that will be terminated, please see below. I wanted to develop this vbscript that will read data from e-mail and transfer it to an excel file located in a shared network drive. Any Idea? Thanks

Request Info
Request Number: 12345
Request Type: Separation
Associate Name: Name
Title: Consultant
Agency Name: Company
Effective Date: 1/1/2015
Initiator: Name
Expedited: No
Confidential: No
Supervisor: Name
Department: 9889 - Human Resources
PS Checked ID: 123456


RE: how to read data from e-mail and transfer it to an excel file

What have you tried so far, and where are you stuck?

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