Option Strict on disallows late binding in Invoke code - Outlook Interop

Hello, i am trying to use Invoke code some email automation and i am facing compiler issue with the error “Option strict on disallows late binding in invoke code”. Any suggestions on how to fix? Below is the code:

Dim outlook As Object
Dim ns As Object
Dim Inbox As Object
Dim myProp As String
Dim myItem As Object
Dim FoldersArray() As String
Dim oPA As Object
Dim i As Integer

Try

outlook = CreateObject(“Outlook.Application”)
ns = outlook.GetNamespace(“MAPI”)

myProp = “http://schemas.microsoft.com/mapi/proptag/0x6E010003

'> Get the root Inbox element
If Outlook_Mailbox <> "" Then 
	
	Inbox=ns.Folders(Outlook_Mailbox)  '
Else 

	Inbox = ns.GetDefaultFolder(6) 'Default Inbox Folder
End If	


'> Get to the subfolder
If Not(String.IsNullOrEmpty(Subfolder_Path)) Then

	FoldersArray = Split(Subfolder_Path, "\")
	
	If 	Outlook_Mailbox <> "" Then
		Inbox = Inbox.Folders(FoldersArray(0)) 
	End If
	
	For i = 1 To UBound(FoldersArray, 1) 
	
		If FoldersArray(i) <> "" Then
			Inbox = Inbox.Folders(FoldersArray(i)) 
		End If
	Next i
End If


'> Get the e-mail from folder
If Inbox.Items.Count <> 0 Then
	
	myItem = Inbox.Items.getFirst()
	
	'Decrypt email
	oPA = myItem.PropertyAccessor
	oPA.SetProperty(myProp, 0)

	myItem.UnRead = False
	myItem = Nothing

	success = True
	message = ""

End If

Catch e As System.Exception
success = False
message = e.Message
End Try

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