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# a script to send me a daily outlook calendar summary # # some references: # quick calendar example: # http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=201750 # handle recurring appts, sorting, etc.: # http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa155752(office.10).aspx # create outlook notes: # http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=240157 # send outlook mail (trickier than I'd assumed so I used SMTP instead +): # http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=185757 use strict; BEGIN {$main::TZ = 'US/Eastern';}; use Win32::OLE qw(in with); use Win32::OLE::Const 'Microsoft Outlook'; use Win32::OLE::Variant; use Date::Manip; my $OL = Win32::OLE->GetActiveObject('Outlook.Application') || Win32::OLE->new('Outlook.Application', 'Quit'); my $NameSpace = $OL->GetNameSpace("MAPI"); my $cal = $NameSpace->GetDefaultFolder(olFolderCalendar) or die("error + getting cal folder: " . Win32::OLE->LastError()); my $todayDT = ParseDate("today 00:00:00"); my $today = justDate($todayDT); my $todayRange = qq{[Start] >= '$today' and [Start] < '$today 11:59 pm +'}; my $tomorrow = justDate(Date_NextWorkDay($todayDT, 1)); my $tomorrowRange = qq{[Start] >= '$tomorrow' and [Start] < '$tomorrow + 11:59 pm'}; my $body; for my $range (['TODAY', $todayRange, $today], ['TOMORROW', $tomorrowRange, $tomorrow], ) { $body .= sprintf("\n%s %s [%s]\n\n", DayOfWeek($range->[2]), $rang +e->[2], $range->[0]); my $appts = $cal->Items() or die("error getting cal appts: " . Win +32::OLE->LastError()); $appts->Sort("[Start]"); $appts->{IncludeRecurrences} = 'True'; $appts = $appts->Restrict($range->[1]); for my $appt (in $appts) { $body .= sprintf("%s %s\n", justTime($appt->{Start}), $appt->{Subject}); } } my $mail = q{From: "Joe" <joe@example.com> To: "Joe" <joe@example.com> Subject: calendar for today }; $mail .= "\n$body"; print $mail; print "sending mail...\n"; use Net::SMTP; my $smtp = Net::SMTP->new('mail.example.com', Debug => 1); $smtp->mail('joe@example.com'); $smtp->to('joe@example.com'); $smtp->data(); $smtp->datasend($mail); $smtp->dataend(); $smtp->quit; # for outlook date format: sub justTime { my (undef, $time, $ampm) = split(/\s/, $_[0], 3); $time = substr($time, 0, -3); # chop off seconds $time =~ s{^ (\d) :}{ $1:}x; return join(' ', $time, $ampm); } # for datemanip date format: sub DayOfWeek { my ($y, $m, $d) = splitDate($_[0]); return [qw(Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat)]->[Date_DayOfWeek($m, $d, +$y)]; } # for datemanip date format: sub justDate { join('-', splitDate($_[0])); } # for datemanip date format: sub splitDate { return (substr($_[0], 0, 4), substr($_[0], 4, 2), substr($_[0], 6, 2)); }

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