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Old January 31st, 2005, 02:47 AM
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Default Accessing Microsoft Outlook Address Book

I would like to thank those who helped me out for my previous problem.

Now I need to know how can I access the address list in my Microsoft Exchange Address Book Provider Server.
Also how can I do a search for a particular person in the list and retrieve the email address from the address book.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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:(

Nobody knows anything about this?
Maybe someone can enlighten me whether can this be done?
Hope I can get some responses from the professionals in this forum :)
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Hi
 I am also faceing the same problem, if you got the solution, Please send it to me

Thanks in advance

regards
chiranjeevi
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Hi,
I too have this problem - so far I've created a table in Access which is linked to the contacts folder within Outlook. If I open or query this table within Access it works fine - I can get results, I can see the data. When I attempt to connect to this table through ASP and run a simple query I keep getting the following error:

"The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot find the input table or query 'Contacts'. Make sure it exists and that its name is spelled correctly."

I have checked and rechecked and the table names are correct, the ODBC name is correct. But I cannot get past this problem.
Will this not work because it's a linked table to an Outlook folder? Is it a security issue preventing web-access to this information? Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks,
Ross.
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Hi,
I think one of the problem is the path to this linked table. Using the Tools/Database_utilities/linked_table_manager menu from access we can see this path. I have same troubles using linked tables in access and asp and to my mind the client tries to reach this linked table using the path defined in access, and this could get no sense from the client.
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Thanks for your reply, yes I see what you mean - when you check the path the file does not exist. I tried linking directly to the .pst file for outlook to see if that would help but unsurprisingly it didn't. I'm hoping there's an answer to this!

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To Solve my problem i linked the table with a path using a shared folder: \\myserver\folder$; Moreover to answer the first question i think if you are under active directory you are able to make LDAP queries to ask for email address for example.
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i think this might help

http://probedeep.blogspot.com/2008/0...ress-book.html

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Thumbs down IMAP-Folders

When I want to export a file from my IMAP Folder, I can only access Files in the personal Folder, not the IMAP Folders
So how can I export them, if I can't access them for export?


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