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Default IS it possible to call Outlook from VBScript?

Can anyone tell me how can i call Outlook and customize a view with VBScript???

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You can certainly manipulate Outlokk (but not Outlook Express) from VBScript. You normally start with creating an instance of "Outlook.Application". I don't know how to change a view. If you can do it in VBA in Outlook though it's usually possible in script.


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