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Outlook and VB Read and write appointments

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I want to make a VB program where I can read and write appointments in my colleagues calendar.  How do I do this?  Pls. send complete code examples or links.

The VB program will be called from another application.  

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Nicolas


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You can do this using the Outlook Object Model (set a reference to ?Microsoft Outlook 10.0 Object Library) from either VB or VBA?

Search the microsoft KB  for ?Outlook and Calendar? for some samples.
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