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Topic: going from outlook to pdf inside vb
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 133747
From: Antoine
Date: 6/2/2005 01:42 AM

Hi,
I have about 50 200 meg zip disks that have around 500 emails (in .msg format) in each. I need to turn each one into a pdf, including all the attachments. There are sometimes files in .msg format attached, as well as zip files, images, etc.
What I can't work out how to do is pass an email (.msg) to AdobePDFMakerForOffice.PDFMaker and get it to make me an image. Does anyone have any pointers on this?
If I use the export function in outlook then I seem to be able to get at least the images and pdf files included as they should be - for the others I expect there will be some programming involved (not for this forum though...)
Thanks
Antoine
ps. I am using VB6 and Acrobat std 7 (and outlook 2000 if that makes a difference)

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