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I need win32 source code that will extract the information from Outlook Express 6 datafiles.  The program needs to be included in an application I'm building that will run on windows.

Are there ways of using CDO, or MAPI to extract the information in an outlook express file?

I've found this.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ol2mbox

LIBDBX will apparently read outlook express data stored in the DBX format.

But it only runs on unix.

Thanks
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Operating System: POSIX
Programming Language: C

That means that you will be able to compile it on Win32 without problems.
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