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  • Hello Brijesh,

    There are two possible ways for getting the job done:

    1. Use the HTMLBody property for parsing a raw html markup. Then you may find the <a/> tags that represent hyperlinks. The href attribute will contain an URL. Also a regular text can contain URLs.

    2. You may use the Word Object Model for parsing the body of email messages. The WordEditor property of the Inspector class returns an instance of the Document class.

    The WordEditor property is only valid if the IsWordMail method returns True and the EditorType property is olEditorWord. The returned WordDocument object provides access to most of the Word object model (including hyperlinks).


    Saturday, January 18, 2014 1:22 PM

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  • Hello Brijesh,

    There are two possible ways for getting the job done:

    1. Use the HTMLBody property for parsing a raw html markup. Then you may find the <a/> tags that represent hyperlinks. The href attribute will contain an URL. Also a regular text can contain URLs.

    2. You may use the Word Object Model for parsing the body of email messages. The WordEditor property of the Inspector class returns an instance of the Document class.

    The WordEditor property is only valid if the IsWordMail method returns True and the EditorType property is olEditorWord. The returned WordDocument object provides access to most of the Word object model (including hyperlinks).


    Saturday, January 18, 2014 1:22 PM
  • ok    

    Monday, January 20, 2014 10:46 AM
  • Good news, Brisjesh!

    Thank you for sharing the code for other forum readers.

    Monday, January 20, 2014 11:48 AM