Accessing fields of an outlook contact with CDO?

Posted on 2003-02-20
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Last Modified: 2006-11-17

I'm working with a workflow for Exchange Server. My goal is to synchronize all changes made in the contacts of a public folder of Exchange with SQL server.
So I need access to all fields (FullName, Company, Address, Phone,...) of the outlook form that creates or changes the contact or the contact item, in order to fill my SQL queries. Is this possible with CDO?
Is it also possible to acquire a reference to the instance the workflow is working with at the moment of executing a script?
All examples of CDO i've seen are creating contacts, but don't read existing contact information.

Question by:Casimir
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