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kovenna kovenna is offline How to select an Outlook folder from a list-box entry Windows 8 How to select an Outlook folder from a list-box entry Office 2013
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I have a very large inbox with many folders at multiple layers. I find it difficult to find the right folder.


I have written some code to list all the folder paths (in a List-box populated by an array) where the folder name contains "xxx" text. This works perfectly.

Now all I need to do is to be able to double-click on the row in the list that I am interested in, and the folder is then selected saving the time to dig around for it.

Entries in the list-box look like this:
"\\john.smith@anymailbox.com\Inbox\04_Projects\Flo rida\Data Migration\01_Data Cleansing & Testing"

Can anyone help?
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