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Create a task for a particular user

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Hi,

What would the easiest way to create a task for a particular user using VB.NET. Are there any security issues i should be aware of?
We have outlook and exchange 2003.

Many THANKS
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Thanks for the reply checco.

i can create the task ok but when i run my executable a message comes up in outlook saying that something is trying to access it do i want to allow it. Can i advoid this? I want to schedule this on a machine to run at night and don't want any user interaction.
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