Ruby equivalent to VB Syntax

Hello,
I am doing some CDO stuff with Ruby, but all the tutorials are in VB
(lame!!) so I was wondering if anybody knew how to do something like
this:

VB:

’ Create/write a Microsoft Outlook item custom field
objMessage.Fields.Add “”, ,
“”, CdoPropSetID5

’ For Example:
objMessage.Fields.Add “PersonRole”, vbString, “HR Lead”,
“2903020000000000C000000000000046”

I’ve tried a few different ways, but nothing seems to work (I’m new to
OOP…). I want to do something like:

Ruby:

contact = contact_folder.Messages.Add
contact.Fields.FullName = “Test”

…or something

Any suggestions? All help is appreciated!

Thanks!

  • Jeff M.

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http://rubyonwindows.blogspot.com/search/label/outlook

That might help.

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Thanks for the link, but I am using CDO to enter Exchange directly
instead of using Outlook’s MAPI. The contact creation methods are
different…

nevermind, I got it working :slight_smile:

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