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Old May 17th, 2007, 06:57 AM
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Default VB.Net with Exchange Server 2003


I'm currently developing an application in VB.Net and would need to connect the piece of code to the Exchange Server 2003 to download the Public folders to a CSV file (or some sort of file).

I understand that I should be using CDO to establish a connection? Are there any tutorials around which can assist me in completing such task. I've only just got to grips with VB.Net.


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Google is a great resource, I suggest using it.


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Thanks for the update, dick. How do you think I got here? Is GOOGLE a great resource? IS IT? I'd never have guessed. I'm sure you use it all the time to scour the net for anime and girls that rejected you.

God, I hope I get the opportunity to meet you one day so I can sit in awe as you wax poetic about the merits of a diverse Magic the Gathering deck, in between gulps of Mountain Dew and mouthfuls of Funyons.

The next time you decide to post such unhelpful, sarcastic crap, look around. You'll still be alone and covered in crumbs in your dank server closet.
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KGreg - you really were last in the queue when the brains were given out weren't you?

Did you even bother checking out the Google link? The top hit gives you all the information you need!

Sorry, did you want the complete code and documentation written for you too?

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