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I'm trying to build a client-side script in Outlook 2007 that processes incoming email and attachments. Emails that need this special treatment will have a tag “XYZ*” followed by a single word subject say, “SUBJECT”. The script should then

Look for a folder called “SUBJECT” located on say, the P:\ drive If folder does not already exist, then create a new folder called “SUBJECT” Save all attachments in the email into the folder “SUBJECT”

I'm told this can be done but have no idea how unfortunately (not a programmer).

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In case the deleted answer is not expanded upon and undeleted, the link provided was to a macro on this page. – Karan Mar 7 '13 at 3:04
Duplicated here… – niton Mar 20 '13 at 21:25

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