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Default asp.net email appointment for GroupWise

I've been trying to send an email appointment to Groupwise 7 through an asp.net page, and haven't had much luck. iCal and vCal will go, but when I click on the attachment within GroupWise, it adds a whole new calendar (you can have multiple calendars, like the default, a personal calendar, etc.), not just the appointment. Maybe these were developed specifically for Outlook?

I have Visual Studio 2005 and notice there's a com reference to GroupWare Admin type library, GroupWare type library, GroupWise Address Book Control, GroupWise C#PO Manager Type Library, Groupwise Client Library, GroupWise Connector for Outlook 1.0 Type Library GrouPWise Name Completion Contorl, GWMime 1.0 Type Library.

But, I can't find any documentation or examples to see if one of these will do what I need? Anybody know? Anybody got a url for me? Anybody got a sample?

Thanks so much,

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