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Visual Basic/Visual InterDev

I need to connect to a Microsoft Exchange Server.
How can I do it? Do I need Microsoft OutLook intalled on this machine? Is their any COM object that can do it?
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You can create an ODBC DSN to MSExchange. Just set up in the normal way from Control Panel, 32bit ODBC (you may see the exchange driver there, if not, use SQL 6.5 and point the the exchange server). When installing though you may need to create the registry key for the DSN. Either do this in Setup1.exe or when the users logs on, check the registry for its existence (regqueryvalueex api call).
DarkAgeAuthor Commented:
Whould I be able to read/write to the tasks of other users? in short dose it allow me full control of the exchange server?
DarkAgeAuthor Commented:
But what will I be able to do? Can I control the Tasks and Calander of the Exchange Server?
Can I use ADO or must I use DAO?
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