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Check for email in outlook

Posted on 2006-11-08
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Hello,

For a program I've been commissioned to write, I need, for part of it, to check whether or not a certain email has arrived (compared by when the email  has arrived and what its subject is).  Our company uses Outlook so, in order to be compatable, I need to be using that to check for email in the first place.  Please tell me of a way to determine how to check for said email in the default inbox.  Thank you.

-Chris
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Hi lillockey,

You could try a third party library:  http://www.moyosoft.com/joc/

Cheers!
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