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Hi,

Can you give me a VC++/C++ code snippet of how to draw out the calender entries in Outlook? Also is there a tutorial that I can look up to do such programming?

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Gautam
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Have a look at MSDN/MS Technet, you will get a lots of sample code in Visual C++. MSDN Library can help you with all the objects involved in Outlook Programming

I have Visual C++ code that checks the e-mail type (calendaring mail or normal e-mail). If you like to have a look I will the pass the same to you
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