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How to search text in mail which i have recieved in my MS Outlook.

Posted on 2001-09-13
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I am doing an application in which
I provided search criteria.I have to search required text
in all received mails and their attachment and display names of sender.Can I access MS OutLook through VB.
Can I do that ????
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Are you using Microsoft Exchange server?
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No I am not using exchange server.
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