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How to integrate Exchange User's Calendar with ASP.Net

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I'm looking for a technique to integrate an Exchange 2003 user's calendar (maintained via Outlook 2003) into a .Net web page.  I'm developing with Visual Studio 2003 (Visual Basic).  

I would like to be able to display a list of calendar entries for a specified date range (probably one month).  The web server and the Exchange server are in the same network.

Can anyone recommend a way to do this?
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Hi,
This should provide you with more than enough information

http://www.codeproject.com/aspnet/teamcalendar.asp

Also gives souce code and demo files.

RedK
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