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Default send/receive in MS Outlook

Hi

Could anyone please tell me how can we capture send/receive event in MS Outlook.

Suppose I want to pop up a message box when user hits send/receive button, how can we do that.

Actually what I want is to compare my .ics (calender file) file with appointment entries that are there in the calender at the time of click of send/receive and then process them with some predefined algo.
What is the proper way of reading a .ics file and comparing it with appointment item.

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