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Read calendar data from exchange server

jvp1999
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Hello,
I want to write a class library or ASP .Net web page. This should be cabable of running on webserver, should take mailserver name and an administrator account as input and should be able to read calendar appointmants of some selected users for a particular date. After reading those fields it should save it as a XML file. I cant use any third party software. And only thibng I know is that I am reading this scheduling info from exchange 2000 server(or more precisely from Active Directory). I know how to read calendar folder from client which has appropriate users outlook configured but I am unbale to think of something that lets me read data for various exchange users from server. I hope someone can help me as this is really urgent.....Thanks...
FYI : I also know about CDO for Exchange 2000 and I know how to send an email using CDO. But how to read an Appointment Item or Calendar Item DONT KNOW THAT....sincerely need help.................
JVP
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automating outlook on a web server is not a safe option.  outlook is intended for desktop use.

perhaps using ADSI would make more sense.

try here
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/howitworks/activedirectory/adsilinks.asp

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