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Connect from MS Access 2003 to Exchange Server

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need some help with VBA code to connect database to Exchange server ... I am running the DB from an admin account ... just need to know how to connect to the Outlook mail exchange then in code to a specific user profile (i have a lsit of profiles in a table) what i am trying to do is update about 300 contact folders. thanks in advance for your help.
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NEWJACK,

Have you tried this from Access?:
File-->Get External Data-->Link Tables
From the "Files of Type" dropdown, select: "Exchange"

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Yes I have ... but i dont want to link to 300 tables ... and i dont think its possible .. the machine that has the database is set to one profile so when i link the table its only one folder I am updating. Thanks.

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NEWJACK,

If you are going to accept your own post as the solution, can you explain how it solves the issue?

Thanks

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