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Is it possible to create a .msg (Outlook message) viewer with VB?

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We want out users to be able to open Outlook e-mail .msg files without installing Outlook. Is there a way to write a program with VB that would allow users to just view the messages?
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moorhouselondon earned 750 total points
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I am not a VB programmer, but have a look at this as a starting point:-

http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1468013&page=1
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Thank you. We ended up just purchasing a viewer.
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