Not being a real developper, I do know my way arround in VBA. The 'regular' EN Support guys couldn't help me and pointed me in this direction.
What I'd like to achieve is this:
Get emails from Outlook (2010/2013) into Evernote both as readable text (default behaviour) AND as attached .MSG file in 1 note. The last part fails as EN reads the MSG file and puts the content in the Note.
Why I want to do this? Because I want to be able to quickly read email messages (without opening the attachment) AND reply to or forward that message from EN. If this works, I can delete the mail message from outlook, keeping my mailbox empty. EN is then my single source of message that are actionable for me.
This is what I have in VBA so far:
Save an email to a temp location on disk as .msg Attach that file to the original email messsage or to the Forward mail dialog window (this is drawn in above picture).
now the mail it attached to itself, containing the original header. Allows me to double-click from EN, open Outlook and reply/forward the original mail.
And here it ends.
I have tried to:
forward to my evernote address. Doesn't work: .msg attachment is read by EN and put in the note as text. Attachment gone.
forward 'as attachment' (outlook option) to my evernote address. Doesn't work: .msg attachment is read by EN and put in the note as text. Attachment gone.
save the mail as .msg in the EN importfolder. Doesn't work: .msg attachment is read by EN and put in the note as text. Attachment gone.
Is there a way to bypass that annoying function of EN that reads MSG files and converts it to text?