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How do I show a notification when a new mail arrives to a particular Outlook mailbox

Posted on 2007-04-11
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Hi All,

I would like to create a program that displaus a notification in the system tray or a message box when a new email has arrived into a particular Outlook mailbox or from a receipient for example.  I have a blank form with a system tray control where I have a image that appears there.  Can someone point me in the right direction of what to do next.  I am programming VB.NET 2005
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you can handle NewMail event of outlook application.
you may create an addin for outlook which will fire the newmail event whenever a new mail will arrive to the inbox.

 Private Sub outApp_NewMail() Handles outApp.NewMail
     #####do your stuff here
 end end

further you can explore here:
         http://www.outlookcode.com
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