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Como mover e-mails para a pasta especificada após atribuir certa categoria no Outlook?

Supondo que você atribuiu uma categoria a um e-mail recebido em seu Outlook, após atribuir a categoria, você deseja que esse e-mail seja movido automaticamente para uma determinada pasta de e-mail com o nome da categoria. Por exemplo, um e-mail atribuído com a categoria “Privado” será movido para uma pasta com o nome “Privado” no Outlook. Como conseguir isso? O método neste artigo pode ajudá-lo a resolver o problema com facilidade.

Mova e-mails para a pasta especificada após atribuir certa categoria com VBA


Mova e-mails para a pasta especificada após atribuir certa categoria com VBA

O código VBA a seguir pode ajudar a mover e-mails automaticamente para a pasta especificada após atribuir certa categoria no Outlook. Faça o seguinte.

1. aperte o outro + F11 chaves para abrir o Microsoft Visual Basic para Aplicações janela.

2. No Microsoft Visual Basic para Aplicações janela, clique duas vezes para abrir o ThisOutlookSession (Código) janela. Em seguida, copie o código VBA abaixo para a janela. Veja a imagem:

Código VBA: Mova e-mails para a pasta especificada após atribuir certa categoria

Private WithEvents xInboxFld As Outlook.Folder
Private WithEvents xInboxItems As Outlook.Items

Private Sub Application_Startup()
    Set xInboxFld = Outlook.Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox)
    Set xInboxItems = xInboxFld.Items
End Sub

Private Sub xInboxItems_ItemChange(ByVal Item As Object)
Dim xMailItem As Outlook.MailItem
Dim xFlds As Outlook.Folders
Dim xFld As Outlook.Folder
Dim xTargetFld As Outlook.Folder
Dim xFlag As Boolean
On Error Resume Next
If Item.Class = olMail Then
    Set xMailItem = Item
    xFlag = False
    If xMailItem.Categories <> "" Then
        Set xFlds = Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox).Folders
        If xFlds.Count <> 0 Then
            For Each xFld In xFlds
                If xFld.Name = xMailItem.Categories Then
                    xFlag = True
                End If
            Next
        End If
        If xFlag = False Then
            Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox).Folders.Add xMailItem.Categories, olFolderInbox
        End If
        Set xTargetFld = Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox).Folders(xMailItem.Categories)
        xMailItem.Move xTargetFld
    End If
End If
End Sub

3. Save the code and restart the Outlook.

4. From now on, when assigning category to a receiving email, a folder with the category name will be created automatically under the Inbox folder with the email moved in. See screenshot:

Note: All emails assigned with the same category will be moved to the same folder automatically. But if a new category is assigned to an email, a new folder will be created automatically.


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Did not work.
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same here. Didn't work
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At first this did not work for me either but after a while it just started to work, I'm not sure why though.
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This worked for me. would you be able to edit the code just to have the messages moved to one folder instead of creating one for each category. I have all the emails in one folder regardless of category and sort them in the folder.
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worked on all mails not only after read. i created a rule mention a certain name that it gets a catergory. how can make it that it only takes the mails which are read?
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it works as a charm but i want to take it to the next step. using a different folder instead of the inbox for example a folder called 2020 under the head and then from there the mentioned subfolders based on Categories. i was thinking to add this line.. Set xInboxFld = Outlook.Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox).outlook.Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(xMailItem.Categories)
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I want to add more feature in this code. For instance, once email moved to business folder, I need this email to be automatically forward to specific email address. Possible?
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Bonjour
je cherchais cette fonction depuis un moment pour classer mes mails.
Malheureusement ça ne fonctionne pas. J'ai outlook 2019 au boulot peut-être est-ce à cause de ça ? ou alors vu que je ne maitrise pas Virtual Basis ai-je fait une bêtise ?
Si quelqu'un peut m'(aider svp, je touche du doigt le graal mais il me manque de l'aide, svp....
Nico
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