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Hello All,



I was trying to add a default "Subject" for all New mails, but i did a mistake in my code which replaced all the existing mails subject in my Inbox and the same is saved. But my question is, is there any way that i can get back my old subject for all my mails in the inbox?

Here is the piece of my code :

Sub addsubject()
Dim myolapp As Outlook.Application
Dim aitem As Object

Set myolapp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Set mail = myolapp.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder

For Each aitem In mail.Items
If InStr(aitem.Subject, "[BCD012]") > 0 Then
aitem.Subject = Left(aitem.Subject, 9)
aitem.Save
End If
Next aitem

End Sub
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