Send Email via an Exchange Server

Posted on 2005-05-09
Last Modified: 2010-04-23
I have an application that needs to send email using our exchange server with the current user’s domain credentials (I want the email to show up in their “Sent Items” Folder).  I would also like this to be independent of any Outlook Profile if possible.  

I also want to be able to lookup email addresses based on domain\username combinations.  Is this possible?

I am using VS 2003, can someone point me in the correct direction?
Question by:zwiebele
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    Perhaps you could look to active directory - provided that your company uses it.

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