I've recently been having problems with a sore left wrist (not my mouse hand, my Ctrl+C,Ctrl+V hand) and have been assessing what some of my recurrent activities are.

Madgex have bought an ergonmic keyboard for me to use, and have had the lovely people from Posture People in to assess my workstation/posture (my monitors were too far away, my mouse wasn't in the right place, my seat wasn't supporting me properly and I wasn't sitting correctly (think of a seated tadasana)). My new keyboard comes with the concept of Favourites, i.e. quick launch buttons to start frequently used applications. This is a good idea, and got me thinking about other recurrent activities that I could program either a button, or a macro to do.

One of my regular activities, as I've mentioned before, is forwarding emails to toodledo for adding to my task list for tomorrow. I do this by sending the email to a unique address, and editing the subject line to include:
@@work - i.e. give the task the context of @work
#tomorrow - i.e. give the task a due date of tomorrow
*Actioned - i.e. put the task in the folder named Actioned
I then move the email to a subfolder of my Inbox named Actions

I figured that I could write a macro to do this, so with a bit of help from here and there, I got the following macro working. I've named the project "SendTo", so the macro is called as "SendTo.Toodledo" and I've added a shortcut to my menu bar to this macro. It works on a single email at a time, which suits my process - I try and read the email before deciding whether it needs to be actioned or just filing straight away.

Sub Toodledo()
'Forward the selected email to Toodledo, updating the subject with the appropriate shortcuts and move to appropriate folder
On Error Resume Next

  Dim objMail As Outlook.MailItem
  Dim objItem As Outlook.MailItem

        Set objItem = GetCurrentItem()
  Set objMail = objItem.Forward

    objMail.To = "<toodledo email address goes here>" 'my toodledo email address
  objMail.Subject = "Respond to " + objMail.Subject + " @@work #tomorrow *Actioned" 'Prefix with Respond to, and append context of @work, date of tomorrow, and folder of Actioned

    Call MoveMessageToFolder(objItem, "Actions") 'move it to my Actions folder

    'clean up
  Set objMail = Nothing
  Set objItem = Nothing

End Sub

Private Function GetCurrentItem() As Outlook.MailItem
'Taken from code sample provided at http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/thread-2798274.php
On Error Resume Next

    Dim objApp As Outlook.Application
  Set objApp = Application

    On Error Resume Next

    Select Case TypeName(objApp.ActiveWindow)
    Case "Explorer"
      Set GetCurrentItem = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection.Item(1)
    Case "Inspector"
      Set GetCurrentItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
    Case Else
  End Select

    'clean up
  Set objApp = Nothing
End Function

Private Sub MoveMessageToFolder(objItem As Outlook.MailItem, ByVal sFolder As String)
'Loosely based on code found at http://verychewy.com/archive/2006/04/12/outlook-macro-to-move-an-email-to-fol...
On Error Resume Next

  Dim objFolder As Outlook.MAPIFolder
  Dim objInbox As Outlook.MAPIFolder
  Dim objNS As Outlook.NameSpace

  Set objNS = Application.GetNamespace("MAPI")
  Set objInbox = objNS.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox)
  Set objFolder = objInbox.Folders(sFolder)

  If objFolder Is Nothing Then
    MsgBox "This folder doesn't exist!", vbOKOnly + vbExclamation, "INVALID FOLDER"
  End If

       objItem.Move objFolder

     'Clean up
  Set objFolder = Nothing
  Set objInbox = Nothing
  Set objNS = Nothing
End Sub

There isn't anything very clever going on here, but having written it, it may just help someone else.

Note: I then had to sign my macro to ensure that this started successfully without warnings on subsequent starts of outlook