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Thread: CDO and OUTLOOK

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    ngenius Guest

    Default CDO and OUTLOOK

    Sending mail throught CDONTS is rather simple. However I need a more complex approach to a notification system. I have been gathering info on CDO and it&#039;s usage in OUTLOOK but I have not seen anything that I am looking for. I am trying to connect to Outlook through an ASP page using CDO. Particularly assigning task. Does anyone know any info on this andy books, any scripts ?<BR>Microsofts site offers some info and explanation but nothing solid in the way of error debugging and ASP and CDO with OUTLOOK.

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    Karin van Ettinger Guest

    Default Outlook en Exchange is the same

    use CDO and create a session (use a existing profile). Afterwards you can do a lot of things like reading mail and sending mail as well as making appointments etc.<BR><BR>If you program against Outlook, you program against Exchange.<BR><BR>I&#039;ll hope this will help you enough. For I can&#039;t figure out what kind of tasks you are willing to do.

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    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Outlook en Exchange is the same

    I had to do some of this stuff recently. I used LDAP. Code snippet:<BR><BR>mstrUser = Request.ServerVariables("LOGON_USER")<BR>mstrJustU ser = Split (mstrUser, "\")<BR>vLdapPath = "LDAP://your_exchange_server/cn=" & mstrJustUser(1)<BR>Set mailBoxObj = GetObject(vLdapPath)<BR>Session("FName") = mailBoxObj.givenName<BR>Session("LName") =<BR>Session("Extension") = mailBoxObj.telephoneNumber<BR>Session("Department" ) = mailBoxObj.Department<BR>Session("InitiatorID") = mailBoxObj.mail<BR>Session("Room") = mailBoxObj.physicalDeliveryOfficeName<BR><BR>Etc.< BR><BR>There are several articles available about LDAP access to your exchange server.<BR><BR>D

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