Create an outlook addin using C#.NET

Posted on 2009-04-29
Last Modified: 2013-12-17
Hi experts,
       I want to create an addin for outlook 2003 using C#.NET (VS 2005). I want to be able to put code for ItemAdd event in the same. Any material relevant to this would be helpful

Question by:hiteshgoldeneye
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    Am i missing some  zone?
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    Thank you modus, hope i get some response
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    Have you looked here?:

    I believe this is your start point.

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    Thanks for your response Alex, that was just the start i was looking for. Some more example code would be helpful though.
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    Thanks Alex for the link, some more examples would have been helpful but it seems that there is less info available on the same, tried a lot of googling, found very less relevant info :(.

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