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Measure response for the email received to Shared inbox by received time and actioned time

Measure response for the email received to Shared inbox by received time and actioned time

Measure response for the email received to Shared inbox by received time and actioned time

(OP)
thread707-1739523: Measure response time between receipt of Outlook email and the reply by date

Hi All,

I'm completely new to this forum so I hope I'm not violating any rule by posting here.
The code by strongm seems to be exactly what I'm needing. Problem is

My actual need is already raised by Skyshadow5 (TechnicalUser)(OP) With thread707-1739523: Measure response time between receipt of Outlook email and the reply by date

Even i can found the Solution provided by strongm (MIS) who gives the vba code to get what actually i need.

@Strongm (Mis) many thank you for your effort, but when i am Running your code, it works only in the personal mail box but not in shared mail box

ConArray = ConTable.GetArray(ConTable.GetRowCount)

is returning a :
VBA Run-time error -214724809 (80070057)

Am I doing anything wrong with your code? This looks like the perfect solution to my problem, that would be brilliant if I can get it to work.

Thank you

RE: Measure response for the email received to Shared inbox by received time and actioned time

It isn't a perfect solution! Whilst reasonably robust, it isn't production code (note, for example, the lack of error handling), it was an illustrative solution only.

Sadly I no longer have an Exchange Server to program against, so can't do any testing to try and duplicate your issue. However, I suspect that it is because ConTable.GetRowCount is failing; there are a number of situations where this will return a failure code, and feeding a failure code to .GetArray is then generating the VBA runtime error. I'd put in a break, and see what the value of ConTable.GetRowCount is

RE: Measure response for the email received to Shared inbox by received time and actioned time

(OP)
Thank you for your response Strongm (Mis).

Even i am too trying this code in office 365. as per your instruction i will try to break code to check ConTable.GetRowCount

Thank you
Manicel

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