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如何在Outlook中按类别计算电子邮件?

作者:凯莉 最后修改时间:2016-11-15

您可能在Outlook中突出显示了具有颜色类别的电子邮件。 但是,您知道如何按类别对电子邮件进行计数吗? 本文将分享两种解决方案:

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箭头蓝色右气泡 使用即时搜索功能在Outlook中按类别对电子邮件进行计数

该方法将指导您查找所有由指定颜色类别标记的电子邮件。 即时搜索 功能,然后轻松地从处获取所有搜索结果的总数 状态栏.

1.在 邮箱: 查看,按 按Ctrl + E 同时激活按键 搜索工具.

2。 点击 搜索 > 分类,然后选择指定的颜色类别,以此作为电子邮件计数依据。

3.现在,找到所有标记有指定颜色类别的电子邮件,并将其列在邮件列表中。 而且,您可以在状态栏上轻松获得所有搜索结果的总数。 看截图:

笔记:

(1)用于计数标有的电子邮件 黄色类 橙色类别 同时,请输入搜索条件 category:=“黄色类别”和“橙色类别”即时搜索 直接装箱:

(2)用于计数标有的电子邮件 黄色类 or 橙色类别 同时,请输入搜索条件 category:=“黄色类别”或“橙色类别”即时搜索 直接装箱。


箭头蓝色右气泡 使用VBA在Outlook中按类别对电子邮件进行计数

此方法将引入VBA,以在Outlook中的自定义日期范围内按类别对电子邮件进行计数。 请执行以下操作:

1.在 邮箱: 视图中,选择要计算电子邮件数量的电子邮件文件夹。

2。 按 其他 + F11 同时按下两个键可以打开“ Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications”窗口。

3。 点击 插页 > 模块,然后将以下VBA代码粘贴到新打开的“模块”窗口中:

VBA:在Outlook中按类别对电子邮件进行计数

Sub CategoriesEmails()

Dim oFolder As MAPIFolder
Dim oDict As Object
Dim sStartDate As String
Dim sEndDate As String
Dim oItems As Outlook.Items
Dim sStr As String
Dim sMsg As String


On Error Resume Next
Set oFolder = Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder

Set oDict = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")

sStartDate = InputBox("Type the start date (format MM/DD/YYYY)")
sEndDate = InputBox("Type the end date (format MM/DD/YYYY)")

Set oItems = oFolder.Items.Restrict("[Received] >= '" & sStartDate & "' And [Received] <= '" & sEndDate & "'")
oItems.SetColumns ("Categories")

For Each aitem In oItems
sStr = aitem.Categories
If Not oDict.Exists(sStr) Then
oDict(sStr) = 0
End If
oDict(sStr) = CLng(oDict(sStr)) + 1
Next aitem

sMsg = ""
For Each aKey In oDict.Keys
sMsg = sMsg & aKey & ":   " & oDict(aKey) & vbCrLf
Next
MsgBox sMsg

Set oFolder = Nothing

 End Sub

4。 按 F5 键或单击“运行”按钮以运行此VBA。

5. (1) 在第一个弹出的Microsoft Outlook对话框中,请输入您将在其中计算电子邮件的自定义日期范围的开始日期,然后单击 OK 按钮。 (2) 在第二个Microsoft Outlook对话框中,输入结束日期,然后单击 OK 按钮。 查看屏幕截图:

现在出现一个对话框,显示带有颜色类别标记的电子邮件数量。 看截图:


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hi, i was able to do the export to excel, by eliminating the row Dim xWb As Workbook, xWs As Worksheet, but i really need to count the emails on daily basis, on the input date window, if i put the same day it wont give me back any results, i have to put 2 different days for it to work, is there a way around this? so i can count the emails on 1 day instead of 2
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The total number of emails just used to appear beside the Name of the catagory. Does anyone know how to set this?
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Hi,
Instead of only calculating from the selected folder, is there a way to include all the sub folders as well?
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Hi
Did you manage to solve this ?
I would like to count in subfolders to.
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Hello, is there is a possibility to count letters marked with categories if in one letter we have few cases and they must be counted: for example green category - 1 letter with 3 cases inside = 3 green category cases ?


ThANK YOU
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is there a way you can covert this into an excel table?
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Hi Dylan,
Below VBA code will place the count results in a new Excel workbook.
FYI, please enable the reference of “Microsoft Excel 16.0 Object Library” before running the VBA.
Sub CategoriesEmails()
Dim xFolder As MAPIFolder
Dim xDict As Object
Dim xStartDate As String, xEndDate As String
Dim xItems As Outlook.Items
Dim xStr As String, xMsg As String
Dim xExlApp As Object
Dim xWb As Workbook, xWs As Worksheet
Dim I As Integer
On Error Resume Next
Set xExlApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
Set xWb = xExlApp.Workbooks.Add
Set xWs = xWb.Sheets.Item(1)
Set xFolder = Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder
Set xDict = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
xStartDate = InputBox("Type the start date (format MM/DD/YYYY)")
xEndDate = InputBox("Type the end date (format MM/DD/YYYY)")
Set xItems = xFolder.Items.Restrict("[ReceivedTime] >= '" & xStartDate & "' And [ReceivedTime] <= '" & xEndDate & "'")
'xItems.SetColumns ("Categories")
For Each xItem In xItems
xStr = xItem.Categories
If Not xDict.Exists(xStr) Then
xDict(xStr) = 0
End If
xDict(xStr) = CLng(xDict(xStr)) + 1
Next xItem
xMsg = ""
xWs.Range("A1", "B1").Font.Bold = True
With xWs.Range("A1", "B1")
.HorizontalAlignment = xlCenter
.VerticalAlignment = xlCenter
.WrapText = False
.Orientation = 0
.AddIndent = False
.IndentLevel = 0
.ShrinkToFit = False
.ReadingOrder = xlContext
.MergeCells = False
End With
xWs.Cells(1, 1) = "Categories"
xWs.Cells(1, 2) = "Count"
I = 2
For Each xKey In xDict.Keys
If xKey <> "" Then
xWs.Cells(I, 1) = xKey
xWs.Cells(I, 2) = xDict(xKey)
I = I + 1
End If
Next
xWs.Range("A1", "B" + CStr(I)).Columns.AutoFit
xExlApp.Visible = True
Set xFolder = Nothing
End Sub
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Hi guys,
To make the above code run porperly, please first enable the reference of “Microsoft Excel 16.0 Object Library”.
To do so, please do as follows:1. In your Outlook, go to the tab Developer > Visual Basic.2. In the pop-up window, click Tools.3. In the pop-up dialog, check Microsoft Excel 16.0 Object Library, then click OK, see screenshot.
Note that the 16.0 indicates version number, so if it's not the same in your dialog, it doesn't matther. However, if you cannot find the Microsoft Excel (version number) Object Library, make sure that you have Excel installed in your computer.
After you enable the reference, please use the code above.
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to let me know.
Amanda
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I know this is an older thread, but if anyone can assist it would be greatly appreciated. When running the code I'm hitting a compile error "User-defined type not defined" for the 8th line "Dim xWB As Workbook, xWs As Worksheet"
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Hi
Did you manage to solve this ?
I got the same problem
Solution:
Simply delete the row:Dim xWb As Workbook, xWs As Worksheet
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Can you add a way to breakout the count columns by day? So I could run a full month and then have counts broken out by day.
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Hi Hannah,

Please try the code below:

<div data-tag="code">Sub CategoriesEmails()
Dim oFolder As MAPIFolder
Dim oDict As Object
Dim sStartDate As String
Dim sEndDate As String
Dim oItems As Outlook.Items
Dim sStr As String
Dim sMsg As String
Dim xStr, xStrDate, xStrDate_D As String
Dim xArr As Variant
Dim xNum As Integer
Dim xRlt As String
On Error Resume Next
Set oFolder = Application.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder
xNum = 0
Set oDict = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
sStartDate = InputBox("Type the start date (format MM/DD/YYYY)")
sEndDate = InputBox("Type the end date (format MM/DD/YYYY)")
Set oItems = oFolder.Items.Restrict("[ReceivedTime] >= '" & sStartDate & "' And [ReceivedTime] <= '" & sEndDate & "'")
oItems.SetColumns ("ReceivedTime")
xStrDate_D = ""
xRlt = ""
For Each aitem In oItems
xStr = aitem.ReceivedTime
If Trim(xStr) <> "" Then
xArr = Split(xStr, " ")
xStrDate = xArr(0)
If xStrDate_D = "" Then
xStrDate_D = xStrDate
xNum = 1
Else
If xStrDate <> "" Then
If xStrDate = xStrDate_D Then
xNum = xNum + 1
Else
If xRlt = "" Then
xRlt = xStrDate_D & ":" & xNum
Else
xRlt = xRlt & vbCrLf & xStrDate_D & ":" & xNum
End If
xStrDate_D = xStrDate
xNum = 1
End If
End If
End If
End If
Next
If xRlt <> "" Then
MsgBox xRlt
Else
MsgBox "No data found."
End If
End Sub
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Amanda
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Thank you so much for your help!! I don't think I was clear enough in my initial question. Is there a way to have it break out by category and then give a count by day? So X Category would be broken down by count into date columns?
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This was helpful for me also, thank you so much for sharing!
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