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Collaboration Data Objects not found on Outlook 2010/Win7

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My MAPI mail functions are not working on a Win7/Outlook 2010 machine.  Seems like the CDO functionality is missing.  Tried to download from Microsoft but the version (1.2.1) I got was only good for Outlook 2007.  Where can I download a CDO that works for Outlook 2010?
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I get the same error when I try to install CDO:
   "CDO cannot be installed unless Office 2007 is also installed."

My PC has Office 2010 installed.  
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The see the info here:
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/deva/archive/2010/01/19/outlook-2010-why-cdo-1-2-1-not-supported-with-outlook-2010.aspx

    <Then, what’s the alternative? As an alternative to CDO 1.2.1, update existing solutions that depend on CDO to use the Outlook object model or to use MAPI directly.>

So it seems that currently there is no simple "Download" that will make CDO work in Office 2010.

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Thanks.  Looks like I've got my work cut out for me.
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;-)

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