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How to Import and Export data from Outlook to Database...

jaggybala
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Hallo Experts,

I am having an application(that uses JSP + Postgresql database)..With My application, i can import data from EXCEL into my database fields and also, i can export data from database fields to EXCEL/CSV.

I want to make some enquiries of how it is possible to import data from “Outlook” into my application and how i can export informations from my application into “Outlook”.

I want to know how the export format of “Outlook” looks like (which fields and format --> e.g. are this plain text fields or dropdown boxes …)

How it is possible to combine the content of the “Outlook”-fields with the my applications database fields.

Eagerly waiting for your EARLIER suggestions.

Best Regards,
Jagdeesh.
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Brian MulderFreelance
Top Expert 2006

Commented:
you can automate outlook as a COM object but i don't know how to do that in Java

there is an intro to javamail here
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-10-2001/jw-1026-javamail.html

hope this helps a bit

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hi,

 i already use this E-Mail progra for my application, but i dont know how the export format of 'Outlook' looks like and how i can import an EXCEL data from 'Outlook' to my database fields(Postgresql).

- Jagdeesh.
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