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OLE sounds like the easiest option for a script that will run from your computer. You will run into security/logon concerns if you try to put this on a server somewhere.

use Win32::OLE qw(in); my $Outlook = Win32::OLE->GetObject("Outlook.Application") || Win32::OLE->new("Outlook.Application"); my $Session = $Outlook->Session; for my $Folder (in $Session->Folders) { next unless $Folder->{Name} =~ /Personal Folders/; for my $SubFolder (in $Folder->Folders) { next unless $SubFolder->{Name} =~ /Code Eval/; for my $Item (in $SubFolder->Items) { print $Item->{Subject} . "\n"; print $Item->{Body} . "\n\n"; } } }

This was taken from code I wrote a few years ago. I can't remember if it's important that I used regexps to match folder names instead of string comparisons.

Update: minor code tweaks

Hey, don't worry. Chewie and me got into a lot of places more heavily guarded than this.

In reply to Re: read emails in outlook personal folders by Solo
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