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I am writing a vb application that creates a new task item for another user. Is there a way of having this task go straight to their task list without having to open the acceptance email ?
Alternatively is there a way of creating tasks for a specific user from exchange server rather than the local outlook?
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No.  I addressed this one before.  The task has to be accepted by the recipient.
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