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VB Outlook I am saving an email from Outlook to my hard drive. The format in which I save this mail is: Date,Time,Sender to Receiver,Subject.msg. My problem is that when the email was sent to for example 50 people, then the string that I create for the file-name is too short and all the email adresses are not listed. At this moment my code looks lik this: Set SubFolder = myOlApp.Session.GetFolderFromID(EntryID(I), StoreID(I)) On Error Resume Next For j = 1 To SubFolder.Items.Count Set mItem = SubFolder.Items(j) StrReceived = ArrangedDate(mItem.ReceivedTime) StrSender = mItem.senderName strReceiver = mItem.To StrSubject = mItem.subject strName = StripIllegalChar(StrSubject) StrFile = StrSaveFolder & StrReceived & "_" & StrSender & " to " & strReceiver & "_" & strName & ".msg" StrFile = Left(StrFile, 256) mItem.SaveAs StrFile, 3 Next j On Error GoTo 0 Next I ExitSub: It is the 256 that gives me problems, I do not know how to make the string longer

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Dear Customer,

you are a genious programme,

that you had design this type of system ,but sorry to say you that some servers have some limitations that s why you have a problem in sending more people.

good code,

but we cant change mail server's configuration,

1 more thing can be done by you that you can think about serialy multiply this code at simultaneously running,

THNX

Posted on May 17, 2008

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