You would be best off purchasing Microsoft's Web Outlook. This is an already built application that will integrate into your current MS Exchange site, providing a web based interface to your Exchange servers. It does use ASP pages, by the way. :^)
thanks jim,<BR><BR>By programming this MS web outlook, can we link the mail server page from my website's home page?...i mean can i avoid using <BR> http://www.yourcompany.com:8080 for accessing the mail in this case.<BR>In fact i wated to build a web site which can allow users to register for free e-mailing facility...pls tell me wether i can do something of this sort by using ms web outlook?<BR><BR>jags
The simple answer is: yes, you can do all that.<BR>The longer answer is: when I first replyed, I was under the impression that you already had an established MS Exchange environment at your company, which you wanted your users to be able to access via the Internet. Now, I am no longer of that impression. Going this route - MS Exchange with Outlook Web Access - is an expensive option that I would not recommend doing unless you have the financial backing and a serious working knowledge of MS Exchange Server.