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    separating outlook subject line into columns

    I have the below code that I am trying to modify to split a subject line into to six columns to view in Excel.

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    My data is in the below format (please note that this is subject line information only - the body of the email is not required)

    SLWP Ottawa | Sales Eng. | 26-Jun-15 | Shift End: 21:00 | Leave Time: entire day | SLWP (Unpaid)
    SLWP Brampton | Sales Eng. | 26-Jun-15 | Shift End: 19:00 | Leave Time: entire day | SLWP (Unpaid)
    SLWP Ottawa | Sales Eng. | 26-Jun-15 | Shift End: 16:00 | Leave Time: 12:15 | SLWP (Unpaid)

    I will like to have it split into the following column headers:

    Column A will be - Sender
    Column B will be - Location
    Column C will be - LOB
    Column D will be - Date
    Column E will be - Shift End Time
    Column F will be - Requested Leave Time
    Column G will be - Paid / Unpaid

    Any help will be most appreciative.

    I also tried to modify the code with the below but still to no avail

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    Re: separating outlook subject line into columns

    With some research and some help I came up with the below code that splits the subject line

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    However the code fails when the month is written in French as per below

    The code is failing at the below highlighted date in the CDate(vSubject(2)) part of the code with a Type MisMatch error.

    SLWP Montreal | Care Help Desk Fr. | 27-juin-15 | Shift End: 16:00 | Leave Time: entire day | SLWP (Unpaid)

    In contrast if written as

    SLWP Montreal | Care Help Desk Fr. | 27-jun-15 | Shift End: 16:00 | Leave Time: entire day | SLWP (Unpaid)

    no issues.

    Is there a way around this issue that any of you can assist me with?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: separating outlook subject line into columns

    I did a quick modification that solve the issue.

    Final code is

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