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  1. Thanks, @deanishe, Didn't know that! However, my standard mail application is Mail.app (and I'd like to keep it that). I found this method, that combined with the above solved what I needed. Thanks a lot for your help!
  2. Hi @vitor, Thanks a lot! So, I've been trying the External Triggers, which seem like they can do what I'd like, but I'm stuck. So, I have two different processes. 1. Generate link First, I want to get the ID of the Outlook message. I've done that with the above. I've created a workflow for this and assigned a hotkey. I still need it to generate a link, though. 2. Open link I'd like something like file:///myscript.scpt?id=12345, so I can open the Outlook message from the link. I haven't figured that out yet. I've created a External Trigger that runs a script to open the file. The AppleScript file contains the following: tell application "Alfred 3" to run trigger "outlookmessage" in workflow "com.alfredapp.outlookmessage" with argument "12345" So, here the Outlook ID is hardcoded. How can I link to this AppleScript file and include the Outlook ID as an argument?
  3. I have a workflow that opens a Outlook message based on its ID (stolen from here). I'd like to be able to make an actual link in my note app, so I can open the message by clicking. I have a shortcode in Alfred, so I would write m12345, where 12345 is the message ID. Is there some way to send a request to Alfred with a link instead of opening Alfred and typing the shortcode and the message ID? I've looked at the Alfred:// URL handler, which doesn't seem to allow it.
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