my code is sick

my code is sick

Post by eye of the tige » Fri, 11 Jul 2003 01:49:09

Hi, I am having a little trouble with this code, I am new
to CDO programming but need to run an application that
will navigate through all public folders including nested
trees etc and display via a msgbox (for now) all the names
of these folders. I have read sue's book and wasn't
impressed.  If anyone can analyse the below code and tell
me what it is I am doing wrong and how to fix it I thank
you in advance. cheers

Option Explicit
Dim objfolder As folder
'Dim objApp As Outlook.Application

Dim x As Object

Sub test3()

Dim objSession As New MAPI.session
'Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

'Set objFolder = objApp.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder

objSession.Logon "", "", False, False, 0
Call TestDrv_Util_ListFolders
End Sub

Function TestDrv_Util_ListFolders()
    On Error GoTo error_olemsg
    If objfolder Is Nothing Then
        MsgBox "Must select a folder object; see Session
        Exit Function
    End If

    If CdoFolder = objfolder.Class Then
        x = Util_ListFolders(objfolder) ' use current
global folder
    End If
    Exit Function

    MsgBox "Error " & str(Err) & ": " & Error$(Err)
    Resume Next

End Function

' Function: Util_ListFolders
' Purpose: Recursively list all folders below the current
' See documentation topic: Folders collection
Function Util_ListFolders(objParentFolder As Object)

Dim objFoldersColl As Folders ' the child Folders
Dim objOneSubfolder As folder ' a single Folder object

    On Error GoTo error_olemsg

    If Not objParentFolder Is Nothing Then
        MsgBox ("Folder name = " & objParentFolder.Name)
        Set objFoldersColl = objParentFolder.Folders

        If Not objFoldersColl Is Nothing Then ' loop
through all
            Set objOneSubfolder = objFoldersColl.GetFirst
            While Not objOneSubfolder Is Nothing
                x = Util_ListFolders(objOneSubfolder)
                Set objOneSubfolder =
        End If
    End If
    Exit Function

    MsgBox "Error " & str(Err) & ": " & Error$(Err)
    Resume Next
End Function



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