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idani  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, December 13, 2017 3:52:42 AM(UTC)
idani

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Hello,

I'm trying to get an excel-list of Gmail-Mails:
I need to link Labels(=folder!) with some part of a mail-body, since the label consits of the name of the customer and the mails (body) contain the order-id.

With google's help I ran into this tutorial and to emailarchitect, which seems like the perfect solution for me.

Everything works fine, but I need to have the label of the current e-mail as well. By now I can get the Subject, From, the Body, .... But not the label :(

I'm really glad about any link/help you can provide for me.

PS: see the linked tutorial to see the used code

Cheers from Austria,
Daniel
ivan  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, December 13, 2017 5:36:14 AM(UTC)
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Hi, the VBA used POP protocol, it always retrieves the email in INBOX label/folder, if you want to access all folders, you should use IMAP4 protocol, please download eagetmail from:

https://www.emailarchite...net/downloads.aspx?cat=1

after you installed it on your machine, you can find Samples_VB6\imap_full.vb6, it demonstrates how to list all folders and emails.
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