Yes, you can write VBA codes to do that for you. I just find a macro which may be close to what you need.
Dim objMainFolder As Outlook.Folder
Dim lItemsCount As Long
'Select a folder
Set objMainFolder = Outlook.Application.Session.PickFolder
If objMainFolder Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "You choose select a valid folder!", vbExclamation + vbOKOnly, "Warning for Pick Folder"
'Initialize the total count
lItemsCount = 0
Call LoopFolders(objMainFolder, lItemsCount)
'Display a message for the total count
MsgBox "There are " & lItemsCount & " items in the " & objMainFolder.Name & " folder Including its subfolders.", vbInformation, "Count Items"
Sub LoopFolders(ByVal objCurrentFolder As Outlook.Folder, lCurrentItemsCount As Long)
Dim objSubfolder As Outlook.Folder
lCurrentItemsCount = lCurrentItemsCount + objCurrentFolder.Items.Count
'Process all folders and subfolders recursively
If objCurrentFolder.Folders.Count Then
For Each objSubfolder In objCurrentFolder.Folders
Call LoopFolders(objSubfolder, lCurrentItemsCount)
And here is the link of the macro, tou can see if it helps
I need to check the total number of items in a folder frequently, But there are a lot of subfolders under this folder. The total number of items which shows in the right of the folder doesn't contain the number of items in its subfolders. So I need to count them by plusing them all by myself.
So my question is that can I just set the outlook to show the total number of items in a folder inculding its subfolders. How to do that ?
With this day and age of streaming live and the revolution of 2 PC setups I will show you how to build a budget friendly well performance 2nd PC to handle all your streaming needs . Keep in mind this PC is Strictly optimized to Run RECentral 3 and OBS ONLY ! . This is not a gaming computer but a affordable $250 broadcasting beast . If you like the video please give it a thumbs up and subscribe for more content. Please be Gentle I'm currently on crutches with knee surgery so my video angles are not the best LuL .
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For getting accurate and better processor results i recommend you to post your query on dell official forums or just read various articles present-on dell official website. But according to users's experience best processor upgrade for DELL OPTIPLEX 780 is:
Intel® Core™2 Quad
Intel® Core™2 Duo;
Intel® Pentium® Dual Core;
Intel® Celeron® Dual Core;
Chipset Intel® Q45 Express Chipset w/ICH10DO
For more assistant support check Dell Optiplex 780 Manual.
Hi Sam and thanks for the reply! The reason he chose that case is because he wanted a case to last while still being nice looking and effective. If you got any recomendations for a full tower that has lots of space and has effective cooling he is open for sugestions. And for the harddrives he
chose the Samsung 960 EVO 1TB M.2 PCIe SSD to have his games while still having a fast secondary harddrive for programs and everything else.
And the Samsung 960 EVO and WD blue 1TB was a few hunder bucks cheaper than buying a samsung 960 PRO 2TB. And I heard that the pro series of samsung is running hot, is that true?
That case seems to be a bit overkill and the thermal paste is unnecessary (included with the H110i), but otherwise it looks like an excellent build. Also, why the Samsung 960 EVO paired with a WD Blue 1TB? I'd personally go with something like a Samsung 960 PRO 2TB or just go with a Samsung 850 EVO 2TB or 4TB. You could always put in a large PCIe SSD later down the road if the budget is limited right now.
So my friend is wanting to build a new super high end pc and wants some help and opinions before he spends his money,
https://www.komplett.se/wishlists/df6cb6e4-4766-4026-8cbb-261822540f60 the website is a swedish one but parts are in english so hope you guys can understand.
Would be appriciated with the feedback of the build. The build is ment for high perfomance in games and is built for gaming only.