How to access outlook folders ,items and fields from Visual Basic ??

How to access Outlook folders, items and fields from Visual Basic?? :-)
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For example...
'reference msoutl85.olb
Private objOutlook As Outlook.Application
Dim objMapi As NameSpace
Dim curInbox As Outlook.MAPIFolder
Dim MailItem As Variant 'needed as not all items are of "MailItem" type...
Screen.MousePointer = vbHourglass
'....Instance to OutLook
Set objOutlook = New Outlook.Application
'....INstance namespace
Set objMapi = objOutlook.GetNamespace("MAPI")
'..start getting inbox folder:
Set curInbox = objMapi.GetDefaultFolder(6)
'...get mails
For Each MailItem In curInbox.Items
   DoEvents 'you mau have a not hang pgm
   If TypeOf MailItem Is Outlook.MailItem Then
      'This is a mailitem. You can for example, get the subject
      'Here we add it to a listBox control
      'in conjunction with the EntryId of the mail, to be able to
      'reach the item when needed with a single shot
      List1.AddItem MailItem.EntryID & " " & MailItem.Subject
    ElseIf TypeOf MailItem Is Outlook.MeetingItem Then
      'This is a "Meeting Item". It has some fields less
      'you can retrieve the subject in any case, and here
      'we add it to another listBox control:  
      List2.AddItem "Meeting Item: " & MailItem.Subject
      MailItem.Close olDiscard
    End If
Next MailItem
Set MailItem = Nothing
Set curInbox = Nothing
Set objMapi = Nothing
Set objOutlook = Nothing
Screen.MousePointer = vbDefault
liudanAuthor Commented:
NO,I will access Outlook folders, items and fields from Visual Basic Without "MAPI".  :-)
With Cdo or Cdonts?...but I am not sure you can gain access to Outlook folders and items this way. You could parse a *.pst file, but it may not be one on client machine, as the items may still be on a server...
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