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Programatically configure Email Account in Outllook

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Hello,

         I have to develop an application which will take  email ID,password, client type (outlook 2002, 2003, 2007, express, windows mail, thunderbird)  and server(POP, SMTP ) as parameters. Now using these parameters i have to programatically create an Account/Profile in Outlook/ThunderBird without manually configuring.

So please advice me.

Thanks in advance

Priya
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