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Query an Exchange 2000 mailbox from an external source

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Hello experts.

My firm is currently developing an intranet for one of our clients. They are using Exchange 2000 for their emailing needs. They asked us to integrate a fonctionality where our intranet would show the user how many unread messages they have in their Exchange mailbox.

My question is, is it possible to query an Exchange mailbox from an external source? Our intranet is built with ASP.Net.

Thank you.
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http://www.msexchange.org/articles/Access-Exchange-2000-2003-Mailbox-WebDAV.html

something like this....everything is possible if u know programming...this is just a sample...
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