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Microsoft Exchange programming

Posted on 1997-04-05
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I want to make changes in my Microsoft Exchange Client.
Someone told me that I can do it with Delphi, but I don't know How.
I need the Starting point.

Thank you all!
Question by:galbetser
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Expert Comment

ID: 1335201
what means changes ...

I use to develop some forms and app within Outlook environment.
If you want to make some interesting stuff with your client you have to use Outlook.

See ya for more informations.

BTW. The question deserves more points ... ;)


Author Comment

ID: 1335202
Thenk you,
What about using "COM" and objext extension etc.


Accepted Solution

RBertora earned 100 total points
ID: 1335203
Hi there,

Yes it is possible to do what you want through delphi.

What you want to do is:

Start delphi, new app.

uses OleAuto;
  SessionObj : Variant;  { decalare all ole types as variant }

Button1click: SessionOBj := CreateOleObject('Mapi.Session');
SessionObj.Logon('MS exchange settings','MyUserName'); {RBertora}
showmessage('logged onto exchange');
MessObj := SessionObj.Outbox.Messages.Add;

//then sending messages:
MessObj.Subject := 'hello'
Messobj.Text := MyMemo.Text;

// set up receiver
RecObj := MessObj.Recipients.Add;
RecObj.Type :=1
RecObj.Name := RecString;

// send message

Well that is a start.... You can find this info in the
exchange technical help.. Although it does not have delphi specifics you can work it out.



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